How Filmmakers Captured Acorn Woodpeckers

How Filmmakers Captured Acorn Woodpeckers

Cinematographer Mark Carroll shows how his team was able to film Acorn woodpeckers high up in the trees.

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“Woodpeckers: The Hole Story“ premiered November 2, 2022, at 8|7c on PBS.

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Cinematographer Mark Carroll takes us up in a crane to show us how he was able to capture feeding and caching behavior at the Acorn Woodpecker’s eyeview at the Hastings Natural History preserve in Carmel California.

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