RETURNING HOME: Bringing the Common Murre Back

$49.95

A half-hour documentary that chronicles a decade of restoration efforts to save the local breeding grounds of the Common Murre on Devil

Description

In 1986, a breeding colony of Common Murres on Devil’s Slide Rock off the coast of San Francisco was devastated by an oil spill. Using innovative restoration techniques in a challenging location, dedicated scientists worked with local schools and government agencies to restore the colony – in spite of many land managers that say it cannot be done. The film chronicles the decade of restoration efforts required to bring these birds back to their ancestral home.

Awards & Festivals
* Telly Award
* Aurora Award
* Marin Environmental Film Festival
* Montana CINE Film Festival
* Merit Award for Storytelling, International Wildlife Film Festival
* Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival
* Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival
* EarthVision International Film Festival
* Society for Ecological Restoration 2004 Special Presentation
* Included in the national Natural Heroes series on PBS

Topic areas: Ecosystem Management, Environmental Studies, Marine Biology, Wildlife Biology, Oceanography

Credits
Produced, written, and directed by Kevin White.
Narrated by Terri Orth-Pallavicini
Camera: Scott Stender, Don Starnes, Kevin White
Editor: Theron Yeager & Marnie Berringer
Associate Producer: Marnie Berringer

26 minutes, stereo, closed-captioned
© 2006 Filmmakers Collaborative, San Francisco

Additional information

Weight 0.32 lbs
Dimensions 9 x 6 x 0.5 in
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