Wolf OR-7 Expedition Documentary

Synopsis

Follow six adventurers as they retrace the route taken by a GPS-collared Oregon wolf to explore human and wolf coexistence. Meet the people along Wolf OR-7’s route who are learning to adapt to the return of wolves.

The Wolf OR-7 expedition team undertook to retrace, by bicycle and on foot, the approximate route taken by the GPS-collared wolf called OR-7. The wolf was born in NE Oregon and in 2011 left his pack and dispersed south to find new territory. He became the first known wolf in California in 90 years, and he is still out there…

Festivals

International Wildlife Film Festival, 2016.

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Information

Total run time: 1hr 23min

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Credits

Director & Camera

Daniel Byers

Editor

Peter Lee

Assistant Editor

Emily Jawadekar

Colorist

Xavery Robin

Sound Master

Andrew Munsey

Additional Camera

Jeff Greenwood / We Media Project

David Moskowitz

Galeo Saintz

David De Rothschild

Jay Simpson

Typography

Joey Brunelle

Kickstarter Supporters for this Video:

Charles Powne, Rebecca Stamos, Jan Bosman, Justin, David Myers, Lisa Tesler, Charles Green, Brenna Silbory, Jenny Lindsey, Laura Svendsgaard, Nate Harvey, Weaving Earth, William Muecke, Michael Prince, Silke Schilling, Alice D Lockhart, Karma Moon, Jonas Van der Aa, Carrie Teerman, Kyle Whitaker, Lynn Heisler, Katie Weinham, Luzia M Wolf, Mary Engels, Marianne Moskowitz, Pete Chism, Sara Haubrock, Lynn Campbell, Jennifer Gentry, Rj Romero-Williams, Robin Janis, Connor Stedman, George Knotek, Karen Orme, Paul Halliday, Robert Erlick, Sarah Spaeth, Maureen Corlas, Peggy Honda, Chris Nagano, Greg Clayton, Janette Otjen, Lani Donohoe, Fujii Yutaro, Gail S. McDiarmid, Marilyn S. McGee, Leone Kennedy, Jim Bronson, John Obendorfer, Panos Philandrinos, Elle McKay, Kitty Chamberlain, Lori Isley, Linda Bittle, Kimberly Eugenia Folts, Jayme & David Curley, Peter J. Fontaine, Nino Armstrong Marchetti, Wendy Ogaard,Cindy Elgren, Allison Clark, Jeff Barnhouse, Susan Hansen, Susan Tod, Bob Lee, Jeannie Calhoun-Currie, Peter Stoel, Ren Hurst-Setzer, Cosette E Ratliff, Ginny Elliott, Mindie Dolson, Abigail Rice, Mike Kenyon, Cornelia N. Hutt, Anne C Fuller, Jaimes, Jane Haylor, Mark D. Simpson, Judith van Naerssen, Mary Ellen Collentine, Ralph Moskowitz, Nova Clarke, Robin Chris, Elizabeth Byers, Marie Sikora, Julie Lawell, Rebecca Lynn, James Holley, Beth G, Sheryl Engelbert-Scott, Carol Souders Cowan, Jordan Cox, Alison Burnett, Mirvat Bakkour, The Sturgill Family, Colin Paul, Adam Bosse, Sherry Lujan, Michael Lafferty, Amburgh Torres, Garla Pecore, Lynn Dickason, Peter Cox, Margaret M van Naerssen, Jason Stevens, Jamie Waskey, & Pamela Stevens, Edward Wawrzyniak, Denise Mannino, Danny Dishon,Irena Saundeen, Charles McLaughlin, Cosette Cantrell, MaryAnn Kruse, Mary Crow, Edward Wawrzyniak, Suzanne Linford, Perry Edwards, Doroth, Stone-Inouye, Gregory Wellsandt, David A Pex, Lynn Dickason, Garla and Joe Pecore, Emmanuelle Brown, Brent Foster, Chris Crowell, Stuart, Edward Wawrzyniak, Suzanne Linford, Perry Edwards, Dorothy Stone-Inouye, Gregory Wellsandt, and David A Pex.

Expedition Sponsors:

Xplore and Sculpt the Future Foundation

Gear Sponsors:

Montbell and Osprey

In-Kind Sponsors:

KIND, Northwest Outward Bound School, Methow Cycle & Sport, Kona Bikes, Western Environmental Law Center, Barking Mad Bed & Breakfast, Bikes for Humanity PDX, We Media Project, and The Traffic Sign Co.

Endorsing and Organizational Supporters:

Pacific Wolf Coalition, Oregon Wild, Wildlands Network, Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, 50 Years of Wilderness Act, CyberTracker, The Wilderness Society,
California Wolf Coalition, Center for Biological Diversity, Western Environmental Law Center, and Great Old Broads for Wilderness.

Volunteer Specialists:

Hans van Naerssen
Bike Maestro

Jaimes Valdez
All-Things-Mechanical Adviser

Mac and Karin
Levi Old
Hiromi and Aaron Head

Logistic Support

Kimberly Shelton, Jill Cooper, Levi Old, Trevor Ose and Byron Rott
Research Support

Lisa Kosglow, Jocelyn Atkins, Rebecca Pelton
Education Support

Jeanne Goshe
Social Media Wizard

Soundtrack:

“Flicker”
by Origamibiro

“Inspirational Piano Arpeggios”
by Marco Zannone

“Together in the Empty”
by Dexter Britain

“Epic Cinematic Piano”
by Josh Kramer

“In My Head”
by Stephan Lindsjo

“In the Electric Fields”
by Dexter Britain

“Sad Time”
by Nature Dream

“Ancient Dream”
by Steven Yee

“Epic Background”
by Josh Kramer

“Going Under”
by Dexter Britain

“Seeing the Future”
by Dexter Britain

“Telling Stories”
by Dexter Britain

“Twilight Grandeur”
by Podington Bear

“Woman Girl Mother”
by Alexandre Klinke

“Running Through Tunnels”
by Dexter Britain

“The War in My Head”
by Dexter Britain

“Dancing in Summer”
by One Hum

“The Tea Party”
by Dexter Britain

“Stalking Wolf”
by Luke Gartner-Brereton

“From Truth”
by Dexter Britain

“Red in Black”
by Kosta T

“Snowing”
by Peter Rudenko

“Old Strange”
by Black Twig Pickers & Steve Gunn

“Indie Folk Roads”
by Hakan Eriksson

“Losing Love”
by Dexter Britain

Special Thanks:

Audio news clips from Southern California Public Radio / KPCC ©(p) 2012 and 2014. SCPR.org.
Used with permission. All rights reserved.

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