Redwood Documentary Explorers
Documentary Explorers Camp introduces students to documentary filmmaking as a tool for experiencing, exploring, understanding, and appreciating the natural scientific world. The program encourages students to use documentary filmmaking as a scientific learning tool—a creative way to record what they have learned through positive collaboration, problem solving, and technological skill building.
Living on-location in Redwood National and State Parks, young adults have created some amazing documentaries. Check out their films.
Did You Know?
Common in the redwood forest, ravens often scavenge food scraps found in campgrounds. Once they find an easy food source, they constantly fly over that area in search of food. Unfortunately, they may come across a marbled murrelet nest and eat the egg or chick! Please store all food items properly.