• The Point Reyes Beach as viewed from the Point Reyes Headlands

    Point Reyes

    National Seashore California

Multimedia Presentations: Wild Sound Stories

Wild Sound Stories are six-minute adventures in natural sounds and images that connect you to the feeling of wild Marin. Wild Sound Stories are produced by Gina Farr, a multimedia communications artist and natural sounds recordist who creates living documents of our last wild places. A native of Marin County, Gina is also a member of the Point Reyes National Seashore Association. Watch a Wild Sound Story at wildSoundStories.com to experience the habitats, animals and cultures of our natural area. They are a fun and intuitive way to gain insight into the lives, loves and struggles of others who share this world we call home.

 
Coyote on a ridge silhouetted by sunset. Licensed by Gina Farr. Click here to go to Wild Sound Stories: Coyote Dreams - A Night in Olema Valley.
Coyote Dreams: Night in Olema Valley
Go native. Explore the dreamtime in California's earthquake rift zone...on four paws.
 
Aerial photo of Tomales Point and Tomales Bay. NPS/Gina Farr Photo. Click here to go to Wild Sound Stories: Hero's Journey - A Marin Salmon's Tale
Hero's Journey: A Marin Salmon's Tale
Swim with the whales, then up a quiet bay and through a rainy, fern-filled creek to fulfill your destiny.
 

Did You Know?

Dorsal view of a gray whale breaching. Photo by Merrill Gosho/NOAA.

The Endangered Species Act turned 40 on December 28, 2013. 99 percent of the plants and animals protected by the ESA have been saved from extinction, including the bald eagle, brown pelican, gray whale, and peregrine falcon, all of which can be seen at Point Reyes. More...