Nov. 7 to 21, across B.C.'s Kootenays | Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest film screening
Take a cinematic journey into the home of the endangered mountain caribou in the world's largest remaining inland template rainforest. Learn what threats face this herd as they struggle to recover. Join Y2Y and Wildsight for screenings to take place this November in B.C. Kootenay communities, followed by a conservation panel discussion.
Nov. 8 in Banff, AB |
Muddy Boots in the Field: A Lifetime of Studying Big Wild Animals from Yellowstone to Yukon
For the past 48 years, John Weaver has played many key roles in conservation of large wildlife in North America. Join John, senior conservation scientist for Wildlife Conservation Society, as he recounts stories from successful restoration of wolves to Yellowstone and massive expansion of Nahanni National Park. He will also present his new conservation report on the missing piece of the Y2Y area between Banff and Jasper National Parks.
Admission: $10 (Proceeds support Y2Y) | Event info
Dec. 6 in Sandpoint, ID., and Dec. 7 in Missoula, MT. | Conservation film screening and panel Join Y2Y's Lacy Robinson for a conservation film double-header featuring Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest and Conservation Films of the Inland Northwest. These two films highlight caribou conservation and the important work being done by organizations in the Inland Northwest.
The screenings will be followed by a conservation panel discussion with Lacy and the two filmmakers. Admission: $9 suggested donation |Dates and locations
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