His dad was the one who taught Rodgers a love of wildlife, leading directly to the biologist’s career path. Grieving and wanting to do something significant to ease the pain of losing his dad, while also wanting to honor his dad’s influence on his life, Rodgers decided to go big. So Rodgers decided to run the whole route, all 92 miles. His dad supported the idea while alive, so Rodgers knew he needed to complete the run. Cold Collab, a Texas-based production company, with help from Sitka and YETI, filmed a documentary on Rodgers’ run called 92 Miles: A Migration Story.