“Nature Walks with Mark Fraser”
The best way to excite the public about wildlife conservation and habitat protection is through direct and on going, public education. Introduce people to the amazing wildlife in their own backyards!
People protect what they know, and each amazing episode represents a “virtual tour” of the natural world. All the beauty that Mother Nature has to offer with a message that collectively working together, we can make a difference.
The public response has been simply amazing!
Nature Walks with Mark Fraser Can be seen spreading the heartfelt conservation message everywhere from Discovery News, PBS, Museum of Science and Discovery Centers, public Schools, Nature Centers and public access channels! Films have been viewed in Italy, Germany and Spain and throughout North America!
The Youtube films seen on most countries around the planet!
Public Television Stations, Nature Centers, Museums, School Systems, Welcome Centers currently broadcasting the NatureWalks series teaching the public about Wildlife Conservation;
Here are just some of the examples of the many local access channels that aired films donated to them to help educate the public about wildlife and habitat! Nature Walks with Mark Fraser Helping to bring quality ecological education to our community access and educational facilities!
Scroll down to see examples of locations spreading the great word about conservation by airing the NatureWalks TV series!
Many thanks Justine the CEO of "Just bag it" Hawaiii! For airing the new video on canvas bags on the Andy Bumatai Show in Hawaii!
Hits the big screen!
Thanks to the Wonderful folks at Cinnebarre Cinema's
NatureWalks episodes Will now be seen at Pre-Shows on the "silver Screen"!
800 Brevard Road
Asheville, NC 28806
10001 Grant Street
Thornton, CO 80229
963 Houston-Northcutt Blvd
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
6009 SW 244th St.
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Education is what the future is all about.
If you like we can send films to your public schools.
Public Schools that have played "NatureWalks" shows for the students: