Scavenger Hunt


EOC 127: How an Endangered Species can Help Solve a Missing Persons Case

Listen to this episode in iTunes   Today we are digging into our interview archives to explore a particularly bizarre and fascinating question – how can an endangered species recovery… Read more »


EOC 017: From Field Biologist to Filmmaker – Part Two: the Shooting Guide

Episode Summary: In part two of our ongoing series, From Field Biologist to Filmmaker, I talk about the next stage of my transition into a full-time filmmaker. One of the most… Read more »


EOC 009: From Field Biologist to Filmmaker – Part One: the Story Outline

Episode Summary: This is our first episode in what will become an ongoing segment on the podcast – From Field Biologist to Filmmaker. In this new podcast segment, I’ll be… Read more »


Lead Ammo Issue Receiving Attention in England

Two scientific papers concerning lead ammunition and poisoning have recently been published by researchers in England, and are receiving quite a bit of attention overseas. The first, by Green and… Read more »


‘Scavenger Hunt’ at Twain Harte Film Festival

Considering it was Labor Day weekend, the tiny town of Twain Harte, CA remained a surprisingly tranquil place, and made it a perfect small-town venue for a film festival among… Read more »


Twain Harte Film Festival: Day One

Greetings fron Twain Harte, CA (elevation: 4,000 ft.), where Wild Lens’ own documentary Scavenger Hunt: An Unlikely Union is being screened as a featured film at the second annual Twain… Read more »


Scavenger Hunt at Film Fest Twain Harte

I am happy to announce that Scavenger Hunt: An Unlikely Union, our documentary about California condors and lead poisoning in wildlife, will be screening at Film Fest Twain Harte in… Read more »


The REAL Debate over Lead-based Ammunition

Up until this point the debate over lead-based rifle ammunition has revolved around the question of a ban on the use of the product. As you’ll see in this video,… Read more »


A Trip to Washington with the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation: part 2

*** This is the conclusion of my attempted interview with the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, a Washington lobbying group representing a variety of hunting organizations. A warning: there is some use… Read more »


A Trip to Washington with the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation: part 1

When directing and producing our feature length documentary about California Condors (entitled Scavenger Hunt), securing interviews with representatives from groups like the National Rifle Association and the National Shooting Sports… Read more »