OWAA Member Wins 3 Regional Emmys

Video producer and OWAA member Carol Lynde was recently honored with three Emmy Awards from the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Lynde took home the Emmy in the “Environmental Program” category for her documentary “Eagle Nest Reborn”. The video follows the three-year effort of Arizona Game and Fish biologists to save a breeding pair of bald eagles after their nest became infested with ticks and had to be destroyed to protect future bald eagle nestlings. See the video: http://youtu.be/K0BkzcMuvBg
Lynde also won two Emmy for her video, “Moving Bighorn Sheep”. The Arizona Wildlife Views story won in the “Environmental Program Segment” category and for “Direction, Post-Production”. The winning story chronicled the huge effort taken to relocate 30 desert bighorn sheep from the hills around Canyon Lake to the Mineral Mountains near Florence, Arizona. See the video http://youtu.be/WpA4ZtsAe3Q
Arizona Wildlife Views is a 13 week, half-hour original series produced by the Information Branch of the Arizona Game and Fish Department. It airs on Arizona PBS stations and city cable stations across the state. Lynde is the video production supervisor for  Arizona Game and Fish and has been a member of OWAA since 2005.

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