Shooting Wildlife

Shooting wildlife in Morocco: Fixing and Facilitation Services. Film permits to shoot inside National Parks and Reserves in Morocco. Fixers and local producers with expertise in wildlife shooting in Morocco.

We provide productions for television, nature conservation organizations, and local authorities. Integrating our working knowledge of international film production requirements with in-depth knowledge of Moroccan wildlife allows us to remove many of the expensive and time-consuming variables that occur when filming wildlife.

We are perfectly positioned to facilitate the needs of clients who want to capture Moroccan wildlife and natural history footage. Utilizing our experience in filming in remote wilderness areas under difficult logistical conditions, the combined skills of the Leo SHOOT team will
ensure slick, fast, professional production at internationally competitive budgets.

 

Leo SHOOT credits: DW TV (Germany)

Aired on DW (Germany) 2016 - DOP & Local Producer: Khalid FAKHAR

 

Golden jackal – Morocco

Morocco Wildlife

Morocco for many years has been trying to stop the deforestation of their lands by creating a number of bio reserves and national parks in a lot of locations like High Atlas Mountains, Rif Mountains, Ait Bougmez Valley, Dakhla… Wildlife in Morocco has dwindled because of agricultural use of the land, pollution entering the water sources and locals annihilating various species. You find here some wildlife locations in Morocco.

Birds: 210 Species of Birds – species can be found in Moroccan national parks and reserves.
Mammals: 105 Species of mammal, including golden jackal, red fox, leopard, and 18 other threatened species.
Wetland Wildlife: The Moulay Bousselham lagoon is a large wetland area that was recently given protected wildlife status.
Cedar Forest Wildlife: The cedar forest shelters many troupes of Barbary apes which are one of the wildlife highlights in Morocco.
High Atlas Wildlife: The butterflies that brave these heights include the Moroccan Copper and Desert Orange Tip.