WildstreamTV appeared on a 2 minute film about the work with Musgrove Hospital on BBC Points West on June 28th 2021. The project with Musgrove hospital was in partnership with the Somerset Wildlife Trust. Huge thanks to the Points West team for covering our story.
In May 2021, we featured in a 4 minute film on BBC’s One Show. It was quite a personal account of co founder, S-J’s, journey to bring WildstreamTV into hospitals. We had a great day working with the BBC and a real bonus to connect so well with presenter, Gillian Burke – who shortly after … Continued
We first started chatting with Jackie Morris via social media after she proactively shared our wildlife footage. Jackie told us she viewed our clips when looking at resources for her illustration work. It was ‘Little Otter’ in particular, who at the time was sleeping in one of our manmade holts. Little Otter stayed with us … Continued
It is extremely rare to have a bird strike on windows at my home on the Somerset Levels. In fact, in ten years it has only happened 3 times. On all occasions the birds have survived. The young male Kingfisher that I had been filming since last summer suddenly crashed into the studio window. I … Continued
We were recently offered a small plot of land, complete with water system to expand our remote camera network. The lease now enables us to carry out long term study on all flora and fauna on the site and of course to produce further footage and content for our charity work. The location is extremely … Continued
We are proud to announce Miranda Krestovnikoff as WildstreamTV’s Ambassador. Miranda is a much loved presenter on shows such as Countryfile and The One Show as well as being the President of the RSPB. Miranda and her family set up a camera in a Kestrel box in their garden and have been fascinated watching the … Continued
We are very excited to announce that we are partnering with The Somerset Wildlife Trust to deliver a unique and special project to a major cancer care centre. We all know that nature helps us feel better, so WildstreamTV will be providing ‘Slow TV’ for patients receiving care and treatment. We’ll keep you posted on … Continued
June, July, August and September have been the most memorable months of 2019 so far. Back in early May I started work on a large willow tree overhanging the river. It’s a stunning tree but does require heavy maintenance as its branches creep down into the water, catching floating debris and creating a natural build … Continued
Founders, S-J Cooper-White and Philip Dalton are proud to announce WildstreamTV is now a Community Interest Company. As a charitable organisation, WildstreamTV will continue to produce high-quality footage of seldom seen British wildlife; bringing people closer to wildlife behaviour and inspiring you to connect with nature in your area. Wildlife filmmakers, S-J and Philip have … Continued
We are delighted that Eyres Jewellery has chosen WildstreamTV as their good cause to support. Their exclusive, hand crafted pewter Kingfisher brooch is available to buy online, with all profits being donated to us.