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DNREC Lending Library

 

The following list of videos are available from DNREC's Public Affairs office. Clicking on the title will take you to a form to request the use of the video. Lending of DNREC videos is free. For more information, contact the Public Affairs office at 302-739-9902.

Video Title

Description

Target Audience

Length

Advanced Walleye Systems III

Hop in the boat with veteran anglers as they show you how to "read" water to quickly determine the highest percentage fishing spots that hold the most active and aggressive walleyes.

Middle School to High School Students

67

Ancient Forests: Vanishing in Pacific NW

Portrays the vanishing legacy of the ancient forests of the Pacific.

Middle School to High School Students

15

Ancient Sea Turtles

Shows the reproduction cycle, vividly exposes the turtles major threats and shows of the actions being taken to help turtles.

All Ages

20

Backyard Conservation

A nine minute look at easy and fun ways to enjoy your yard more and do your part to improve the environment.

Middle School Students and Older

9

Becoming an Outdoors Woman

A DNREC production reviewing the Becoming an Outdoors woman program set up by the Department of Fish and Wildlife.

9

BMP's Supporting Trapping Sustaining Trapping

Evaluates Trapping matters and Regulated Trapping and Furbearer Management In the United States.

Adults

26

Call Me Can

Story about aluminum recycling.

Elementary Students

18

Catch Me If You Can

Learn how animals learn things for adulthood, as they play as youngsters.

All ages

46

Catfish Fever

Authoritative video about America's favorite sport fish. An in-depth where-to how-to video with a heart-- a feeling for the passionate pursuit of catfish.

Middle School Students

62

Center for Marine Conservation

PSA on Coastal Cleanup.

All Ages

30

Chesapeake: The Twilight Estuary

Looks at the causes and effects of pollution in the Chesapeake Bay.

All Ages

40

Choices for Clean Power

Summarizes the significant legislative requirements as well as the complex technology and cost trade-offs facing utility decision markers.

Adult

4

Clean from the Start

Illustrates how to set up backyard residential composting bins, and views the country's best source-separated composting facilities.

Adult

58

Clean Water Clean Choices

Highlights results of various projects used in bout urban and rural settings to clean water.

High School Students or older

20

Collect the Data

Teaches you that you can get information from books, data banks, and television.

All ages

15

Conservation Through Cooperation

New Castle, Kent and Sussex Conservation districts and the work they do.

Grades 5 and up

60

Conserving America: The Wetlands

Explore the richest and least understood of America's landscapes-- its swamps and marshes. America's wetlands are disappearing at the rate of 300,000 acres each year. With them go wildlife, food supplies, and a way of life that can never be recaptured.

Middle to High School students

60

Cutting Edge Technology, The

Report on Stormwater.

Adults

15

Delaware Outdoor Wonders

Short PSA about increasing the Wild Turkey population.

All Ages

30

Delaware Turkey Hunting Safety Tips

Brief video about turkey hunting safety, with real scenarios.

Adult

6

Diversity

Six minute outline on the need and importance of maintaining a diverse environment in all settings.

Middle School Students and Older

6

Down the Drain

Takes a close look at something that's easy to take for granted- water. The earth is covered with it, humans are full of it, and almost everything depends on it; however there's only some much useable, clean water to go around.

All ages

27

Drinking Water: Quality on Tap

Shows how the source, supply, treatment, and delivery systems for drinking water operate.

Middle to High School students

25

Endangered Species Act, The

Review of effects of the Endangered Species Act.

Adult

11

Environment

Video that explores different aspects of the environment throughout Delaware.

Middle School to High School Students

50

Environmental Review, An

Reviews the efforts to restore natural wetlands in Delaware.

Adult

6

EPA's Energy Star: Home Sealing

PSA on making homes more energy efficient.

All Ages

13

Estuary Enhancement Program

Depicts the purposes and uses of a natural estuary and describes life within an estuary.

All ages

17

Firearms Safety and The Hunter II

Practical video on hunting safety. Real life examples are used in the video.

Adults

22

From a Distance

The story line is about a series of satellites named Landsat which have been providing spectacular images of Earth from space since 1972.

All Ages

46

Gaining Ground for Wildlife

Explores the largest restoration project in North America, the North American Waterfowl Management Plan to protect and maintain the wildlife environments.

High School Students or older

21

Go With The Flow

Discusses the cycle of water on Earth.

All ages

15

Ground Water Education

Summary of all things that can contaminate the ground water and ways to prevent them from occurring.

Middle School to High School Students

35

H2O TV The Wastewater Video

Explores Water Earth's water cycle and the wastewater that is produced as we water our lawns and clean our cars.

Middle School Students

11

Habitat Earth

Examines the concept of the "web of life" as it introduces students to wildlife's interdependence with each other and their environment.

All Ages

30

Hazardous Waste Cleanup

Illustrates multiple ways water systems can be infected with hazardous material.

Middle to High School students

9

Heading for Shore

Shows the struggle to save coastal areas.

Middle to High School Students

29

Home for Pearl, A

Teaches children about wildlife habitat and heightens their awareness of what wildlife needs to survive.

Elementary Students

70

Hunting Heritage

Explores America's rich history in hunting through experiences as a child, young man, a father and a grandfather.

Middle School Students

12

If Dolphins Could Talk

This program highlights these fascinating animals and describes research being done at Hawaii's Kewalo Basin Marine Mammal Lab to help explain the abilities of these curious and remarkably intelligent creatures.

All Ages

60

In Celebration of America's Wildlife

Tells the story of Pittman Robertson and what it has meant to wildlife conservation

All ages

57

Jo-Jo Mosquito

Explores various types of mosquitoes and the natural environment.

Elementary and Middle School Students

11

Judgment on the Water

Explores water and boat safety.

Adult

16

Just a Drop in the Ocean

Fun video featuring "Willie Water drop" as he takes you on a tour of the water sources in the world and how contaminants travel through the water. Explore water runoff, paint dumping and fertilizer misuse.

Elementary Students

9

Learning to be Water Wise & Energy Efficient

Video intended to be used as an Introduction to the Learning to be Water Wise and Energy Efficient program.

Grades 4-8

18

Marine Careers

Describes marine careers, from the University of Delaware Sea Grant College Program.

High School Students or older

18

Maryland Farmers Doing Right for Chesapeake

Video describes the benefits of Maryland farmers to the Chesapeake Bay and the effect on the environment.

High School Students or older

15

Mill Creek- A New Beginning

Examines the biodiversity that Mill Creek has while exploring aquatic habitats and flood plains.

Middle School to High School Students

33

Murderkill river Tributary Action Team Forums

Discusses the water condition throughout the Murderkill River.

Middle to High School students

11

Nature In Balance Revised

Explores several different natural environments.

All Ages

26

No Safe Harbor

Explores the foundation of our water and our fish as they journey from the eastern bays to the western sounds.

Elementary Students

19

Ozone: Double Trouble

Educates Students about air quality and ozone issues. Fosters environmental literacy, nurtures students' interest in environmental science, and ensures that critical air topics are included in educational activities.

Junior High and older

17

Partnerships for Watersheds

Addresses watershed concerns using a voluntary approach.

Middle School Students

13

Pea Patch Island Heronry Region

Video outlining the historical background to Pea Patch Islands' Heron population.

High School Students or older

11

Problem with Shallow Disposal Systems, The

This video looks at the real life challenges and successes experienced by three different communities faced with polluted drinking water supplies and a totally unexpected source of contamination.

Adult

15

Proton Dan Explores Refuse Burning

Illustrates multiple problems with refuse burning and common misconceptions.

Middle School Students

15

Recycle This!

Teaches students :1) Recycling helps protect the environment, save energy, reduce waste, and conserve resources, 2)You can recycle paper plastic, aluminum, and glass and 3) Start recycling today- you can make a difference.

All ages

38

Recycling: Your next Assignment

Detailed display of different ways to recycle aluminum cans.

Elementary Students

18

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Teaches kids about air and water pollution and how to prevent this occurrence.

Late elementary to early Middle School Students

19

Ritual of the Spring Tide

Documents the ancient spawning of horseshoe crabs to the Delaware Bay.

High School Students or older

17

Rotten Truth

This entertaining video takes you on an adventure with surprise guests like Rappin Wrapper, to learn the Rotten Truth about garbage. You will visit a landfill, take a tour through the Museum of Modern Garbage and much more. You'll find amazing facts, terr

Middle to High School students

30

Safe and Sorry Water Safety

Water Safety tips.

Elementary Students

7

Salmon Story

Story of the Idaho Salmon and the reasons for it rapidly becoming extinct.

Middle School and older

13

Saving Inky

This video takes a journey with Inky, a sperm whale found in New Jersey, and her rehabilitation process after to swallowing foreign objects from the ocean.

All Ages

22

Saving Water

The video is set in the future where only one carafe of clean water is left. Shows multiple ways to conserve and save water.

All ages

8

Saving Water Unit

This video is set in the future where only one carafe of clean water is left, it demonstrates multiple ways to save water and energy.

Late elementary to early Middle School Students

8

Simple Things You Can Do to Save Energy

Highly entertaining introduction for kids on energy conservation. The video follows 12 year old Sarah as she takes viewers on an unusual tour through a home where light bulbs talk, an energy sucking beast lives in a basement, and kids are blown away by hu

Elementary Students

15

Small Town Saves Worlds

Evaluates how a small town can cut down and reduce the small particles that pollute our air we breathe.

Middle School Students

8

Snow Geese Preview

PSA about Snow Geese and the effect on the environment.

All Ages

3

Status of Waterfowl

This video is an overview of the condition of waterfowl populations and breeding habitat in North America. 2003

Middle School Students and Older

26

Storm Sewers Don't go to the Sewer Plant

Music video created to make students aware of the value of storm sewers.

Elementary and Middle School Students

21

Surface Water Video, The

Evaluates oceans, lakes, rivers and streams , and wetlands that are often taken for granted. Clean water is becoming more and more scarce, the video gives more insight to water pollution.

Elementary and Middle School Students

8

Talking About Sea Turtles

This video helps to explain the life cycle of loggerhead turtles.

Elementary Students

12

Tomorrows Energy Today

Showcases exciting, new energy options that were once considered futuristic but, in fact are in use today. Other renewable energy options featured use the sun to neutralize hazardous wastes, to formulate materials, or simply provide indoor lighting.

High School Students or older

23

Trashing the Oceans/ Port of Newport

Where does all the trash on the beaches come from? This video will show the consequences of littering our oceans and how we can help stop this pollution.

Middle to High School students

7

Urban Storm water Runoff: DE's Inland Bays

Discusses pollution problems in Delaware Bays.

Middle School Students

18

Water bound: The Story of Ft. Delaware

Presents unique exploration into history and legacy of this military fortress.

All ages

30

Water Works Wonders National Awareness

Commercials encouraging recreational fishing.

All Ages

2

We all live in a Watershed

A five minute introduction to the important role proper watershed management plays in our quality of life. Although the California Association of Resource Districts produced the video for California audiences. The information is suitable for audiences nat

Middle to High School students

6

We C.A.R.E.

Evaluation of surface and groundwater contamination.

High School Students or older

15

Wealth in Wetlands, The

Describes the value of wetlands.

Junior High and older

23

Welcome to our Wetlands

Cartoon- A fun-filled show for kids about the difference between marshes, wetlands and estuaries.

Elementary Students

13

Wetlands in Crisis

Describes the many dangers faced by wetland areas.

Middle School to High School Students

20

When the Tide Goes Out

An instructional program about biodiversity.

Middle School and older

24

Wild About Life

An instructional program about biodiversity.

Middle to High School students

55

World In Our Backyard, A

Program developed to help create a multi-disciplinary course to turn students on to wetlands and give them a hands on experience in protecting them.

High School Students or older

24

Year in Whitetail Country, A

Sights and sounds of the Whitetail deer in their natural environment.

All ages

58

Yes I Can

Multi- material recycling video intended to get students to want to make a difference.

Elementary

20

Yes Tour Working for a Change, The

Youth for Environmental Sanity

All ages

29

Yes, Delaware Recycles

Recylcling basics at children's level.

Elementary Students

9

You Can't Grow Home Again

Get a special kid's eye view of the Costa Rican Rainforest. Find out why rainforests are making headlines- see what lives there, understand the effect rainforest destruction has on each of us, and learn what can be done to help them survive. Vivid locati

Elementary to Middle School Students

60

3-D Sea

Oceans may look the same on the top but underneath they're all different, filled with spectacular sea dwelling creatures from tiny coral to 6-foot long tubeworms! Animal life in each underwater environment depends on the depth temperature, salinity, and oxygen.

All Ages

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