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Bright Spots- Connecting Youth and Conservation Science, a Review

A Review by Brandon Navratil Bright Spots is an effort from filmmaker Jilli Rose in answering the question of how to encourage kids to get involved with conservation science and… Read more »


Ramona Mays joins the production team for Souls of the Vermilion Sea

We are extremely excited to announce that Ramona Mays has joined our production team for Souls of the Vermilion Sea as our Executive Producer! Ramona’s dedication to marine mammal conservation and… Read more »


Welcome to new Board Member Kristine Crawford

We are extremely excited to announce the addition of a new board member, Kristine Crawford. Kristine has been volunteering with Wild Lens since the organization’s inception, and her commitment to our mission… Read more »


2014: The Year in Review

All of us at Wild Lens have been so busy producing exciting new content and recording episodes of the new Eyes on Conservation Podcast that we almost forgot to send out… Read more »


Bluebird Man DVD and VOD release

We are extremely excited to announce the official DVD and VOD release of Bluebird Man! Over the past couple of weeks we have been hard at work packaging and sending… Read more »


Introducing “Bluebird Man” – a new 30-minute documentary by Wild Lens

Now that Scavenger Hunt has been released for purchase on DVD by Cinema Libre Studio, Wild Lens is excited to announce our next film project: Bluebird Man, which will begin… Read more »


Scavenger Hunt World Premiere at the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival

  I am happy to announce that our feature length documentary about California Condors, “Scavenger Hunt” will be premiering on the opening night of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival… Read more »


Wild Lens Webisodes Update

The original idea for Wild Lens was a simple one – connecting biologists with filmmakers to increase the potential for outreach and education. Our most recent endeavor has taken this… Read more »