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Wild & Scenic Film Festival Selections

VP Will Worthington (center) briefs passengers prior to a LightHawk donated flight over Baja California March 2013.image: Ralph Lee Hopkins/iLCP/LightHawk


Three selections for the 2016 Wild and Scenic Film Festival feature aerial footage, thanks to our volunteer pilots and generous supporters.

Flying Doors Off Over Baja California” features our own Will Worthington and Armando Ubeda. Starting at minute 6:00, the movie powerfully highlights why your support of conservation flying is so important.

"Behind the Emerald Curtain" was made with our partner Pacific Rivers and explores the state of Oregon's relationship with logging.

“Sagebrush Sisters” follows three intrepid women, from ages 65 to 80, on their hike 50+ miles along a pronghorn migration path. Their adventure brings attention to the special high desert of the Greater Hart-Sheldon Region on the Oregon-Nevada border. [Watch this video from Oregon Natural Desert Association about their inspiration.]

As the festival tours nationwide, audiences across the country will experience the awe that these stunning views from the cockpit provide, and which lead to conservation changes on the ground. Our community of volunteer pilots and donors makes this unique combination of aviation and conservation possible through their support.