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This demonstration of FLIR thermal imaging cameras will let you get your hands on the same cameras that firefighters use, and that the World Wildlife Fund uses in its anti-poaching programs. Many films focused on fire, or endangered animals, feature scenes showing night vision, but more often now we see images captured with thermal and infrared camera technology. FLIR camera specialist Sam Thompson, will be on hand at the NTFF to explain the science behind the tech and give panel attendees a chance to handle these expensive hi-tech cameras, and see the “heat signatures” they capture.  #FLIR #FLIRONE #thermalimaging #thermography #infrared #wildlife #worldwildlifefund


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Founded by Sue Eisaguirre, NatureTrack introduces school children to outdoor spaces from the seashore to the inland oak woodlands of Santa Barbara County by providing cost-free outdoor field trips. Utilizing local trails and beaches throughout the county, NatureTrack instills students with leadership skills, attitudes and habits for lifelong learning, inspiring them to be respectful stewards of the natural world. Since 2011, over 18,000 students have had the opportunity to experience a NatureTrack field trip. Demand for the curriculum coordinated program has increased every year with teachers praising the docent-led excursions that align with classroom instruction.

Sue was inspired to bring her outdoor vision indoors and onscreen at the NatureTrack Film Festival so more people could enjoy and appreciate what her docents and students practice and experience in their outdoor “classrooms.”

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