Multimedia Projects

The Delaware Valley Eagle Alliance is proud to share some of our collaborations with Yoke and John DiGiorgio of Nature's Art Productions LLC and other wildlife / environmental non-profit organizations to create multimedia documentary shorts as outreach tools for their fundraising initiatives and to help promote and raise awareness of their organizational challenges and projects. 


Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center rescues, rehabilitates and releases injured, displaced and orphaned wildlife. They are the only sanctuary in the southwest capable of caring for large mammals such as black bears, mountain lions and Mexican gray wolves.

Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, provides humane, professional care to inured and orphaned wildlife for the purpose of returning them back to the wild when appropriate. An estimated 1,500 animals are taken in annually including , fawns, owls, eagles, hawks, squirrels, rabbits, songbirds, raccoons and bears. The Center also provides diverse and extensive educational programs and demonstrations to the public about wildlife.  

FOUR Bald Eagle Chicks in the Nest is a 6-minute documentary which captures the first observations of the very rare occurrence of the successful hatching and fledging of 4-bald eagle chicks from a nest along the Delaware River in Pennsylvania.  Clutch size in bald eagles generally varies between 1 and 3, with 2 being the most common.  Reports in the literature of 4-egg clutches are very rare.  

Black Bear Encounter documents an encounter with a female black bear and her two cubs while hiking early autumn in Yellowstone National Park.

Walking With Grizzly documents a special moment while hiking in Yellowstone National Park.

The Jubilee School Project is a collaboration with the University of the Sciences and the Jubilee School. 

The Jubilee School is an independent primary school located in Philadelphia, PA.  Fifth and sixth grade students learned about sustainability and calculated Jubilee School's ecological footprint. They attended the Philadelphia Science Festival (Spring 2011) and spoke about the project and what they had learned.

The Barn Owl Initiative,  a study of the biology and ecology of barn owls in Pennsylvania, documents a collaboration with Richard S. Fritsky, PA Game Commission: 

  • Barn Owl numbers are decreasing.
  • Habitat loss is a primary factor.
  • "Barn Owl Conservation Initiative" started 5 years ago by the PA Game Commission.
  • Site visits to verify sightings.
  • Monitoring existing nests.
  • Outreach to farmers and landowners.
  • Distributing and/or installing nest boxes.
  • Over 300 Barn Owl chicks have been banded in the state.