Environment Council of Rhode Island

...building an ecologically healthy future in a sustainable economy

2021 RI Nature Video Festival

The People's Choice Award

Vote for your favorite videos in this year’s Festival.  Be sure you have watched all 21!  Links to each are provided below.

Everyone who votes will get a terrific token of our appreciation for participating in the vote.
Voting ends on March 6th and winners will be announced on March 8th.


When you are ready to cast your votes, click on the link below.


Vote Here!


Here are all of the videos submitted for 2021, sorted alphabetically by video-maker.
Those marked with an * were not featured in Saturday's virtual Festival.

Peter

August

Napatree Point Osprey Platforms*

Maria

Bilyeu

The Woonasquatucket River*

Bruce

Campbell

A Year of Urban Nature 2020

Carolyn

Decker

A Diamondback Terrapin Hatchling's Journey

Dale

Denelle

Lightning

Faye

Dvorchak

Dylan and her Walnuts

Deborah

Eccleston

The Common “Uncommon” Cuckoo

Bina

Gehres

Goosewing Beach Preserve*

Greg

Gerritt

Otters in the Mist*

Melissa 

Guillet

Feelin Good*

Noreen

Inglesi

The Earth is in our Care*

Nancy

Jakubowski

2020 Hindsight: RI’s COVID Year

Alison

Kates

Narrow River Osprey Cam

Patti

McAlpine

Standoff in the Marsh*

Tim

Mooney

Sabin Point Artificial Reef

Andrew

Nosal

Seagull of Knowledge Watches Stripers Feeding*

Robert

Petrone

Scenes from Quonochontaug*

Mike 

Russo

Pine Swamp Wood Ducks

Elise

Torello

A Year at the Community Bulletin Board

Joshua

Turner

Automatic Leather

As an added bonus, courtesy of the RI Natural History Survey, we have:
2021 Award for Excellence in Wildlife Conservation, Technology, and Art: Dr. Christen Wemmer

Presented to: Dr. Christen Wemmer, Emeritus Scientist of the Smithsonian National Zoological Park
& Honorary Fellow of the California Academy of Sciences

David Gregg, Presentation of the Award
Christen Wemmer, Remarks
Two Videos by Christen Wemmer, aka "The Camera Trap Codger"

Donations accepted here will be split equally
between ECRI & The RI Natural History Survey