Like all MacGillivray Freeman films,
ADVENTURES IN WILD CALIFORNIA is a blend of knowledge and adventure. Among the rare footage captured for
ADVENTURES IN WILD CALIFORNIA is a ground-breaking journey into a massive cavity within a
254-foot giant sequoia tree; moving scenes of a young woman reaching across the interspecies communication barrier to teach an orphaned sea otter how to survive in the wild; up-close profiles of the iron workers who hang in the air above San Francisco every day maintaining the Golden Gate Bridge; and unprecedented footage of an aerial landing on a bald eagle's nest. Using archival footage never before scene on a large-format screen, the adventure also journeys back into the history of Wild Californians, from the utopian visions of Walt Disney to the primal wanderings of John Muir.