[Tweeters] Bird of Prey Film being shown in Bellingham Oct 3. and Oct. 6

STEVEN harper STEVENHARPER2 at msn.com
Wed Sep 26 16:31:51 PDT 2018

Hi Everyone,

I would like to bring your attention to this incredible film which took 10 years to produce being shown as part of the Pickford Documentary Film Festival in Bellingham. This film was funded by Cornell Labs and cameras used includes one lent to the project by Bud Anderson. Note That Bud will be giving an introduction on Saturday October 6 and the Cinematographer and Expedition Coordinator will do a skype Q&A after the film on Wednesday Oct. 3. Reserved tickets may be advisable.

Bird of Prey Documentary Film

As part of the Doctober Film Festival at the Pickford Film Center, North Cascades Audubon Society is co-sponsoring special showings of the film BIRD OF PREY. A Q&A by the Cinematographer Neil Rettig and Expedition Coordinator Dr. Laura Johnson and a special introduction by Bud Anderson, local Raptor expert, and will be part of the screenings. The Philippine Eagle is the world’s largest and rarest eagle, found only in the Philippines. Fewer than 800 individuals remain today, and the future of these iconic raptors — and of an untold number of other species — is tied to the fate of the Philippines’ last fragments of old-growth forest. This film documents the efforts to save the eagle and explores what it will take to save a species from extinction. Reserved tickets are recommended.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3RD @ 7:30PM<https://prod3.agileticketing.net/websales/pages/TicketSearchCriteria.aspx?evtinfo=399234~f6f09a43-2b29-4bfa-8fdf-eec896542d8e&> – Q&A with Neil Rettig, Cinematographer and Dr. Laura Johnson, Expedition Coordinator following the film showing

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6TH @ 1:15PM<https://prod3.agileticketing.net/websales/pages/TicketSearchCriteria.aspx?evtinfo=399235~f6f09a43-2b29-4bfa-8fdf-eec896542d8e&> – Introduction before the film showing by Bud Anderson, local Raptor expert

Steven Harper, North Cascades Audubon Society

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