Do you love wildlife and history? How about old films? Then here is something just for you.
A film originally produced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1939 titled “The Wapiti of Jackson Hole” is now digitally restored. A man named Jeff Quitney digitally restores old public domain films by “cropping them to remove uneven edges, correcting the aspect ratio, and applying one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction and video noise reduction.”
In addition to elk near Jackson, Wyoming, it also features grouse, ducks, moose and other wildlife species.
Go here to watch it.
(Photo source: U.S. Department of Agriculture)