THE BIODIVERSITY OF TEXAS
Adapted from the live production, this series of three films blends large-scale sets, puppetry, animation and choreography with documentary segments. Filmed in the studios at the University of Texas at Austin and on location around Texas. The films screened on PBS Online Film Festival, the American Conservation Film Festival and the SXSW community showcase Faces of Austin.
The curious mating rituals of the endangered Attwater Prairie Chicken and Houston Toad. The first in a series of 3 Biodiversity of Texas shorts.
The surprising and disgusting defense tactics of Horned Lizards and Virginia Opossums. Part 2 out of 3 shorts based on the Biodiversity of Texas.
The impact humans have had on two bird species: the Peregrine Falcon and the Great-Tailed Grackle. The Peregrine almost became extinct due to DDT while the Grackle’s range expansion is widely attributed to human development. The third and final installment of short films based on the Biodiversity of Texas.
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