Photo, video, audio

Ramsar images

The Ramsar Convention make images available rights-free for editorial purposes only and to promote the Ramsar Convention in non-commercial publications. Please check the exact rights situation on the Ramsar website before you use them.

Ramsar videos

The Ramsar Convention makes videos available rights-free for editorial purposes only and to promote the Ramsar Convention in non-commercial outlets and channels. Please check the exact rights situation on the Ramsar website before you use them.

WLI member introductions

WLI members introduce themselves and their wetlands. Here are some gathered together in a YouTube playlist.

Urdaibai live stream

Automated camera with live voiceover on Wednesdays from the Urdaibai Bird Center in the Basque Country. Bonus how-to make a telescope webcam!

MBP centre video

Migratory Birds for People (MBP) provides a video for wetland centres in the East Atlantic Flyway to run in a loop on screens in the centre.

WWT live cameras

WWT has live webcams on its website overlooking lakes at their visitor centres in Slimbridge and Caerlaverock.

WLI collections

We collect videos from WLI members into thematic playlists on our YouTube channel. They cover content for educators, the Birds & Schools initiative, species and habitats.

Myanmar: The Dying Lake

Available in English, French, German, Spanish, and Polish, this half-hour documentary is about Inle Lake.

Magic of Water

Visually explaining the scarcity of fresh water, and then illustrating dipping for invertebrates in a stream. From Water Forum Ireland.

Peatlands, a Super Nature Based Solution

A Global Landscapes Forum webinar on tropical and temperate peatlands with diverse speakers covering science, the arts, and policy. In English, French and Spanish.

Podcast format

WLI has created two formats for podcasts that wetland centres can adapt. One uses relaxing wetland sounds to relieve stress; the other uses visualisation techniques in audio as an educational method.

Create a live wetland microphone

Arts platform Locus Sonus welcomes WLI members setting up live audio streams of wetland centre sounds, free of charge on their platform.

Join WLI free and create your own member profile showcasing the work you are doing.