Two skywalker gibbons looking for love. A female ranger unit fighting elephant poaching in Zimbabwe. A team of researchers on a quest to identify the pollinator of the ghost orchid.

The films submitted for this year’s Jackson Wild Media Awards, dubbed “the nature equivalent of the Oscars,” saw no shortage of romance, action or mystery. And the 30 award winners, announced as part of the 2020 Jackson Wild Summit, which took place virtually from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, demonstrated excellence in science and nature storytelling.

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