[Tweeters] "Experiencing Fin, Foot and Feather Through the Eyes of Filmmakers"

Brian Zinke zinke.pilchuck at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 11:07:49 PDT 2022

Pilchuck Audubon's Feast in the Forest
<https://www.pilchuckaudubon.org/feast-in-the-forest> returns this year
with award-winning filmmakers Mike Rosen and Sharon Howard as the featured
speakers. Catered dinner will be provided, including vegetarian/gluten-free

When: Thursday, October 6, 6:00-9:00pm
Where: Floral Hall in Forest Park, Everett
Cost: $75 per person
For more information please visit:

*Experiencing Fin, Foot and Feather Through the Eyes of Filmmakers*

*About Sharon Howard and Mike Rosen*
Edmonds couple Sharon Howard and Mike Rosen joined forces to create quality
television programming focusing on our natural world specializing in
wildlife, nature and environmental documentaries. Productions by this duo
included multiple programs that celebrate wildlife around the world. They
have been distributed internationally to places such as Italy, The
Netherlands, China and Spain. Closer to home they have been on Discovery,
PBS, and every major network throughout the US. These programs have also
been distributed to more than 1,000 schools, universities and libraries.

The two have been recognized with more than 200 highly competitive national
and international awards, including the Peabody Award, multiple Emmys,
Genesis, Telly, Houston, New York, International Wildlife Film Festival and
Iris awards. Their work commonly places higher in national and
international competition than such icons as National Geographic, Disney
and Discovery.

*About the Presentation*
Sharon and Mike have traveled much of the world producing television
programs to help viewers better understand and interact with their world.
However, nature, especially animal nature, has provided them with
exceptional experiences and exceptionally close calls. They have agreed to
share some of these stories and then share a sample of their work. Natural
Connections is an award-winning television program that explores how nature
and human nature are intertwined and how our everyday decisions about the
way we live impact biodiversity. Narrated by actor Peter Coyote, the
program features a “who’s who” of the scientific community including Dr.
E.O. Wilson, Dr. Jack Longino, Dr. Robert Paine, Bob Fuerstenberg, and Dr.
Jerry Franklin.


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Brian Zinke
Executive Director
phone: (425) 232-6811
email: director at pilchuckaudubon.org
Pilchuck Audubon Society
1429 Avenue D, PMB 198, Snohomish, WA 98290
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