Wild Excellence Films

This footage represent some of the images we are capturing as we work on film projects for non-profits, conservation organizations, and state and national parks. From urban landscapes and restoration areas, trails and county parks, to the wild places and diverse wildlife of our public lands. Wild Excellence Films makes beautiful images of nature and the people who protect, care for, and enjoy it. We understand the challenges of capturing stunning pictures outdoors. In fact, it’s our specialty, and we know how to make films that tell compelling stories. Contact us today to talk about telling yours.

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The 8,500-acre Cook Forest State Park was once called the “Black Forest” because of the thick evergreen canopy. Its “Forest Cathedral” of towering white pines and hemlocks is a National Natural Landmark. Hemlock Woolly Adelgid was introduced from Asia…


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The 8,500-acre Cook Forest State Park was once called the “Black Forest” because of the thick evergreen canopy. Its “Forest Cathedral” of towering white pines and hemlocks is a National Natural Landmark. Hemlock Woolly Adelgid was introduced from Asia into the Pacific Northwest in 1924. It was probably introduced into the northeastern United States in the 1950's, and it was first discovered in Pennsylvania in 1967. The HWA was discovered in Cook Forest in 2013. “These magnificent trees are hundreds of years old and we have to do everything we can to help save them”, said Melissa Rohm, primary filmmaker for the project.

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