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Special Agent

Phone: (603) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Derby, United Kingdom
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
4401 North Fairfax Dr. Room 520
Arlington, Virginia 22203
United States

Company Description: The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats for the...   more
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And that requires minimal human contact, ...
hutchnews.com, 13 May 2012 [cached]
And that requires minimal human contact, according to both Lockwood and John Brooks, special agent with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Cocka2.Com - END Media Coverage - August, 2003
www.cocka2.com, 1 Aug 2003 [cached]
Except for an occasional authorization for pet dealers, bringing parrots into the United States is banned to prevent the decimation of their populations in the wild in Mexico, said John Brooks, a special agent with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
But he said, "It happens every day."
Agents write citations to many individuals who may try to enter the country with a bird or two, he said, and the wildlife service prosecutes between 35 and 50 cases a year.
Parrots are capable of carrying exotic Newcastle disease, which can infect poultry populations, Brooks said. There is no evidence they have carried the disease here, he said.
HDTV PRODUCTION NEWS From HDTV Newsletter
www.hdtvnews.com, 3 Nov 1999 [cached]
John Brooks , an information/education specialist for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service , is ìon loanî to the National Park Service as the director/producer and underwater shooter for the Glacier Bay project.His production team includes Dr. Philip Hooge and Jeff Mondragon of the U.S. Geological Survey.The production schedule will be three 10-day shoots in June , July and August.Post-production will take place early next year , with delivery of a finished production for the summer 2001 season.
Brooks , a veteran documentary cameraman and director , was a full-time producer/director of interpretive programs for the National Park Service for many years prior to his current assignment.His camera work has been seen on many networks , including the Discovery Channel , ABC , NBC and CBS , and he has won several Telly Awards.Earlier this spring , he used Panasonicís AJ-D910WA 2/3î 3-CCD EFP/ENG DVCPRO50 camcorder to document the release of condors in the rugged Sespe Condor Sanctuary near the town of Fillmore in Ventura County , CA.
High-definition is a great fit for this project , î said Brooks.Video has traditionally behaved well underwater , because water performs like a huge light-diffusing tent.There are no harsh highlights underwater.But what video lacked , versus film , was vivid colors and high-resolution.Now , HD has restored the vibrancy of colors and incredible detail to a medium that inherently works well submerged.
Also , HDTV offers production immediacies we could never achieve with film.
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The AJ-HDC20A , Brooks noted , will be subjected to the harshest environment save the moonî on this shoot , conditions he described as ìhigh humidity , salt water and bouncing boats.î The underwater housing for the camcorder is being supplied by Pace Technologies.
Business highlights from broadcast and production
www.broadcastengineering.com, 8 Mar 2001 [cached]
John Brooks , Producer/Director of Photography with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service , shot the film on a Panasonic AJ-HDC 20A DVCPRO HDcam , and captured topside and underwater images with Fujinon's HA36x10.5BERD and HA10x5.2BERM HD lenses.He faced numerous challenges in producing the film , including near-freezing water temperatures and raging currents , as_well_as a not easily accessible remote location.
NFL teams practice with Panasonic.The Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens recently purchased Panasonic DVCPRO camcorders to replace the Beta SP currently in use.The football teams will use the camcorders and a DVCPRO studio editing VTR to record football practices and games for coaching analysis.The VTRs digitize material into an Avid Sports Pro NLE editor for output to PCs at the coaches' stations.The teams have also used the equipment in training camps and preseason games.
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www.rexelvideo.com.au, 1 Feb 2002 [cached]
John Brooks, an information specialist for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, served as the director/ photographer for both shoots and Aulani Wilhelm from NOAA, served as the producer for the Hawaiian Islands segment.
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