A teenage girl in the US has shared a video showing her camera on her way to a wildlife camera drawing attention to a family she has missed.
In the video, a young girl can be seen heading to a nearby wildlife camera in her car in the town of Newnan, Georgia.
In her voiceover, she can be heard saying, “I don’t know how long it took me to get here, but I hope it’s worth it.”
The camera’s shutter clicked as the camera operator looks down to the camera, holding up a video of a small bird in flight.
In a subsequent video posted on social media, the girl can then be seen walking to a remote camera near the camera.
A Facebook post said: “It’s so rare to see someone with a camera on their way to the wildlife camera that is nearby.
“These small animals are a part of the environment and can be incredibly important to those in need.””
We hope you enjoy this video, and we will continue to post updates.””
These small animals are a part of the environment and can be incredibly important to those in need.”
We hope you enjoy this video, and we will continue to post updates.
“In the post, she said she wanted to show other families that they can have a camera with them and “keep the peace”.
The girl said she would be sharing her video with her parents and grandparents so they could see it and share it with the world.
Her mother, Emily, posted: “I just want to say thanks to everyone who has supported me and my family in this tough time.
“Thank you for your love and support. “
“Please continue to share this video and let the world know what you think about our loss.””
Please continue to share this video and let the world know what you think about our loss.”