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Asheville, North Carolina
Dayna’s work started at 19, appearing on television with animals to talk about conservation. Then she started listening and became an award-winning film director and impact producer, founding the Climate Listening Project. She has partnered with Discovery, National Geographic, PBS, Univision, the Emmy Award-winning series “Years of Living Dangerously”, and more. Dayna’s films, including her documentary “The Wood Thrush Connection” connecting birders across borders, continue to be screened and used to create meaningful change.
Expertise and Skills
Agriculture & Ranching, Biodiversity, Climate Change, Coexistence, Ecology, Environmental Justice, Forestry, Humanitarian, Indigenous Culture, Land Rights, Natural Resource Extraction, Science Communication, Sustainability & Renewables, Urban Wildlife, Wildlife Rehab