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.
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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2 replies to “Wild Virginia Virtual Film Fest 2021”
Sounds very cool! Thanks for your sharing and outreach!
Always my pleasure, Katy!