The Frontenac Arch, also called the Frontenac Axis, is a 50-kilometre-long extension of exposed Precambrian rock that runs through southeastern Ontario and upstate New York from Westport, north of Kingston, to the Thousand Islands. Linking habitats of the Canadian Shield in the Algonquin Highlands with those of the Adirondack Mountains to the south, The Frontenac Arch serves as a natural corridor for wildlife.

In this unique area of biogeographic overlap between the northern Canadian Shield forests and southern Carolinian influences, an Evermaven team worked with the Nature Conservancy of Canada–and land owners–to visually represent this remarkable landform diversity. The resulting video captures this narrow band of landscape that supports a high diversity of rare species.

Nature Conservancy of Canada

Drone Videography, Audio Field Production, Editing