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The Wood Thrush Connection

Date:
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free for Museum Members or included with general admission

One climate-threatened wood thrush’s migration journey created an incredible connection between North Carolina and Belize. Follow this bird’s journey from North Carolina to Belize and be inspired by the conservation heroes working to protect wood thrushes. Produced by the Climate Listening Project—a visual and social storytelling project—the short film features Forsyth Audubon and the Belize Audubon Society sharing stories of why they are dedicated to protecting the wood thrush everywhere it lives. Learn more about how you can help protect habitats and build resiliency for birds threatened by climate change.

Introduction and Q&A with Dayna Reggero, filmmaker; Kim Brand, Forsyth Audubon member and Audubon North Carolina staff; and Nancy Casey, president, Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society.

Presented in conjunction with A Telling Instinct, in partnership with the Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society.

Films

Drop in to screen art films, films that relate to artists and artworks in our galleries, and films about the ins and outs of the art world.

Venue:
Asheville Art Museum
Address:
2 South Pack Square
Asheville, NC 28801 United States
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