Wild Virginia Virtual Film Fest 2021

October 12, 2021

Wild Virginia virtual film fest 2021: A Walk on the WILD Side will be showing from 6 p.m. on November 12, 2021, and go through 8 p.m. on November 14, 2021. The theme of this film fest is about connecting wildlife habitats with wildlife corridors and crossing. Wild Virginia is a non-profit dedicated to protecting and connecting your favorite wild places in Virginia, will present their third film festival rendition virtually to help Virginians keep safe during this COVID-19 time.

Wild Virginia virtual film fest will be an online film fest where Wild Virginia will present several short films on the subject of wildlife corridors and crossings including the award-winning film Cascade Crossroads along with several other films that highlight our rivers, streams and forests and how we can protect them. 

I hope you will attend and support Wild Virginia’s campaigns to help protect and connect our wild places here in Virginia .

Tickets are free. Donations are encouraged.

Cascade Crossroads Film
Wild Virginia’s Walk on the WILD Side 2021 Film Fest Feature Presentation will be the film Cascade Crossroads.

Thank you for reading my Field Notes blog, and I hope you will share this post with others.

Let’s protect our wildlife and nature!

All the very best,


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