Reconnecting with Nature

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We live in a world that is increasingly detached from nature. Modern kids live “connected” to electronic devices (TV, ipads, computers) through which they see, from the comfort of their beds, the reality that surrounds them. It is time to reconnect with nature and discover the fun of venturing into the wild. is an original initiative that aims at supporting children (and adults) to go outdoors to enjoy the magic and diversity of our planet. Watch the movie, read the manifesto, swap some screentime for naturetime and contribute with your wild ideas.

PROJECT WILD THING – official trailer from Green Lions on Vimeo

Julian Guerrero

Julian Guerrero

Julián Guerrero Orozco FLS Julián studied law and international relations. He has worked for almost 20 years in the areas of government, diplomacy and consulting. His true passions are, however, nature and wildlife filmmaking and photography, and sailing. He studied wildlife filmmaking at American University during a sabbatical he took in 2008 and, more recently, at Wildeye: International School of Wildlife Filmmaking. He was born and raised in Colombia but has also lived in Paris, London, Washington, Cape Town and The Hague. He now resides with his family in Arusha, Tanzania, where he spends most of his time in the bush, studying wildlife and working on his video and photo projects. Julián is also an avid sailor. He has sailed in the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and the North Seas, and the Indian and the Atlantic Oceans. He is a certified RYA Yachtmaster skipper. He owns a handmade 14 feet Kittiwake gaff cutter yawl named Capricho. His dream is to sail around the world with his wife Ana María and his son Simón. CV Julián is a fellow of the Linnean Society of London (www.linnean.org) and a registered member of Wildlife Film (www.wildlife-film.com). Contact: [email protected]

Julian Guerrero

Julian Guerrero

Julián Guerrero Orozco FLS Julián studied law and international relations. He has worked for almost 20 years in the areas of government, diplomacy and consulting. His true passions are, however, nature and wildlife filmmaking and photography, and sailing. He studied wildlife filmmaking at American University during a sabbatical he took in 2008 and, more recently, at Wildeye: International School of Wildlife Filmmaking. He was born and raised in Colombia but has also lived in Paris, London, Washington, Cape Town and The Hague. He now resides with his family in Arusha, Tanzania, where he spends most of his time in the bush, studying wildlife and working on his video and photo projects. Julián is also an avid sailor. He has sailed in the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and the North Seas, and the Indian and the Atlantic Oceans. He is a certified RYA Yachtmaster skipper. He owns a handmade 14 feet Kittiwake gaff cutter yawl named Capricho. His dream is to sail around the world with his wife Ana María and his son Simón. CV Julián is a fellow of the Linnean Society of London (www.linnean.org) and a registered member of Wildlife Film (www.wildlife-film.com). Contact: [email protected]

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Barbara Lynette Willey

Wildlife is like the other half of our nature. Every animal that is killed is another life. If you think about it, animals and people not much different from each other. Each have and perform the same instincts. So you all might want to think about that. Just saying