Wed, October 30, 2019
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
First Presbyterian Church of Santa Fe - Pope Hall
“Wildlife Without Borders” tells the story of New Mexico’s iconic wildlife and the ways that they move and intersect our lands, our histories and our cultures. Join us for stunning footage and in-depth interviews from a diverse cast of wildlife advocates, tribal leaders, scientists, policymakers and public lands users. Wildlife corridors offer a way of understanding both New Mexico’s past and its future, insofar as intact corridors provide opportunities for wildlife to move to new habitat as climate change and human development threaten the old.
The film with be followed by a discussion with the film’s directors, Jordan & David Smith, as well as Andrew Black, public lands field director for the National Wildlife Federation. They weill talk about what you can do to protect wildlife corridors in New Mexico and respond to America’s wildlife crisis. This film is co-sponsored by CAVU and EarthKeepers 360.