‘Still Wild’ is an Environmental Film with an Adventurer’s Spirit

Filmmaker Andy Best, along with an expert fisherman, an ecologist, and a geologist embarked on a tour of the Canadian Rockies in Alberta to find three indicator species of a fresh water ecosystem—the American dipper bird, bull trout, and pure-strain westslope cutthroat trout.

Healthy populations of endemic fish and bird life are used as barometers by scientists to track the health of ecosystems and sensitive habitats.

This beautifully shot film, according to Best is also a “search of rejuvenation, everlasting memories, and humility. Our journey will show us what we have and what we have to protect.”

 

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