Directed by Dusty Hulet
59 min | 2018 | USA | Not Rated
Preceded at 6:30 by a string ensemble, comprised of local musicians from the Wasatch Front, led by Micah Dahl Anderson performing selections of the film’s score.
Dive headfirst into bear dens with the biologists studying how human development affects bear behavior.
In 2011 Colorado Parks and Wildlife initiated a major research effort to address increases in human-black bear conflicts. A team of wildlife researchers led by Dr. Heather Johnson has spent the past six years investigating the factors driving those increases, and the effects of expanding human development on Colorado’s black bears.
“If we want our native biodiversity here, if we want these large carnivores to be back on our landscapes, ultimately we’re going to have to figure out, how do we coexist? How do we share a single landscape?” — Heather Johnson, PhD, Lead Wildlife Researcher.
Official Selection: 2019 Lookout Wild Film Festival, 2019 New York WILD Film Festival>