New video for Nature Conservancy of Canada
One of things that is most satisfying about WorkCabin Creative is the authentic relationships formed with organizations in the outdoors, tourism, and nature fields. It really has become a bond rooted in like-minded values and a love of the outdoors and experiences.
WorkCabin Creative’s latest filmmaking work in the outdoors was a short one-minute social media video for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. When NCC needed a Norfolk County videographer, it chose WorkCabin Creative.
The video was for the organization’s national series Nature Destinations, highlighting great outdoors experiences in nature across Canada. An afternoon was spent in Backus Woods with a NCC biologist.
Backus Woods is a spectacular gem in the heart of Carolinian Canada. The Carolinian life zone is one of Canada’s smallest ecoregions. Comprising less than one per cent of Canada’s land mass, Carolinian Canada is home to 25 per cent of Canada’s population, and provides habitat for nearly 25 per cent of the country’s endangered species.
Backus Woods allows users to experience older-growth Carolinian forest and witness a variety of unique Carolinian species, including prothonotary and cerulean warbler, tulip-tree and black gum.
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