Red Wolf Revival

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Suzanne H.

Sept 22 2016: RED WOLF REVIVAL, STUDENT/EMERGING winner in the SCIENCE AND MEDIA AWARDS & SUMMIT. I met director ROSHAN PATEL at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival last year. He is an MFA Candidate for Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University. Wishing him ...Read more

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Suzanne H

Great news! Red Wolf Revival is a finalist at the Science Media Awards and Summit at the HUB in Boston. From September 20 - 22, 2016, more than 300 science media stakeholders will gather to celebrate exceptional media, cutting-edge discoveries and explore new ways of communicating the ...Read more

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