(EnviroNews DC News Bureau) – We finally made it happen! The official launch of our Nature and Wildlife division that has been quietly brewing and simmering on the back-burner in our archives for many years here at EnviroNews.
The “other worldly ecosystem” of Antelope Island, in the middle of the Great Salt Lake in Northern Utah, was the spot selected by the EnviroNews USA Editorial Board to give birth to this ah-inspiring project, and the clips featured display a work of patience and perseverance as we witness a collage of top-notch sunsets time-lapses, shot primarily on the salty and wondrous lake over a several year period.
“It’s been a slow, yet glorious and inspirational process to shoot and compile enough media from around the country and the world as to where we feel comfortable finally giving birth to this project”, said EnviroNews USA Editor-in-Chief Emerson Urry. “Stay tuned over the next year as we broadcast some very beautiful and entertaining segments that inspire the viewer through the magnificence and wonder that still remain in our world within the miracle of nature.”
Urry went on to add this: “Due to the multitude of environmental quandaries that humanity is currently facing, our coverage often, by way of necessity takes on the flavor of source polluter shenanigans, or political corruption, and so and and so forth, and so it is very refreshing to put forward these episodes that demonstrate to our audience what’s truly at stake, through the beauty and education present in these films.”
Please stay tuned and watch for a variety of upcoming documentaries and segments where we explore the glories of great nature and the diverse critters and creatures contained therein. From all of us at EnviroNews, thank you so very much for watching.