What happens when birds of prey, the famous and impressive raptors, get imprinted by humans who take them from the wild? And how do these birds also leave their mark on the lives of humans who are so passionate about working with these species? This short documentary explores the relationships of non-releasable raptor birds with their human trainers, and the potential for education that these birds hold. Through educational programs these birds show Ontarians the importance of conservation; from respecting their habitat to respecting their freedom in the wild.
Director: Monica Gutierrez
Editor: Galen Brown
Producer: Galen Brown & Monica Gutierrez
Additional Camera: Monica Gutierrez
Music: Krackatoa "The Big Out There", Gillicuddy "Springish"