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an American filmmaker, wildlife naturalist, and television presenter known for translating human relationships with the natural world and wild animals to various audiences on all media platforms.
Wild Conversations with George Bumann
Casey and his team talk to George Bumann, a wildlife ecologist and lifelong "observer of nature." George shares his unique perspective on the wild world that he has gained through listening to the conversations of the animals he encounters in nature. To learn more about George Bumann, visit "ayellowstonelife.com". This is the final episode of season 1 of SideTracked, stay tuned for Season 2! This episode is sponsored by Mystery Ranch Backpacks - "Built for the Mission"
SideTracked Episode 6 - Tracking Cheetahs or how not to hold snakes
Working out in the wild can be fun, dangerous, but most of all rewarding. Sometimes the results of one's job won't be finished or even appreciated for years after the work is done. In this episode, Casey and crew discuss the highs of filming on other continents and later they interview Anna Kusler, a conservation biologist, to talk about the amazing work she is doing with Cheetahs in Zambia. Note: Elephants are scary.
Sidetracked Episode 5: Behind the scenes of Pumas Legends of the Ice Mountains
Our show, Pumas: Legends of the Ice Mountains premiers on PBS Nature February 3rd. As a result of Casey's first visit to Patagonia in 2017, he and his team decided that this was the place to make their next film. A few crew members talk about what it was like filming in Patagonia over a period of a few years. More information on the show can be found here: https://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/
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