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THE SANTA YNEZ RIVER WILDERNESS
a natural history


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"This beautiful and educational documentary about the upper Santa Ynez River features wildlife, birds, seasons and wildflowers,
as well as sections on biology, preservation, anthropology and geology."

                                                                                                                                       -- The Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2013 Official Selection
                



"The Santa Ynez River Wilderness is a wildlife rich study of the upper reaches of the Santa Ynez River by Michael Love,
who interviews experts in ecology, geology, and anthropology to paint a vivid portrait of a nearby gem.  It is a must see
for anyone who loves the Los Padres."

                                                                                                                                         -- Matt Kettmann - Senior Editor Santa Barbara Independent



"This visually stunning and educational documentary, has been described as a 'love letter' to the upper Santa Ynez River
 watershed." The film features exquisite imagery of the birds, plants and wildlife of the valley that we, as Central Coast residents
 have come to know and love, and includes sections on preservation, anthropology and geology."

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                                                                                                                                          -- San Luis Obispo International Film Festival 2013
                                                                                                                                               Winner: CCF Award for Best Documentary