Join us to explore the beauties, challenges, and connections of meat-eating organisms around the world. Wolves, snow leopards, bears, yes—but also orcas, deep sea jellies, Venus fly-traps… two chances to attend one wild program, on either side of the Sound:
- KINGSTON: Thurs April 18, 7-9pm, Firehouse Theater
- Get tickets for SEATTLE: Weds May 1, 7-9pm, Northwest Film Forum
“Living With Snow Leopards” by Gayle Podrabsky, “Diet Secrets of the Deep and Fathomous” by Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, & “True Facts: Carnivorous Plants” by Ze Frank, “An Eels Journey” by BRIKK,* “Carnivores” by Gaëtan Borde, “Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others” by Biointeractive, “Venom: Killer and Cure” by Beakus, “How Wolves Change Rivers” by George Monbiot, + 1 more TBA!
KINGSTON: Cindy Hansen, Orca Network; Fawn Harris, Westsound Wildlife Shelter (bringing a live raptor wildlife ambassador!); and feature profile of wildlife biologist Carmen Vanbianchi by Wild Society alum and volunteer Tracy Tyler.
SEATTLE: Howard Garrett, Orca Network; Fawn Harris, Westsound Wildlife Shelter (bringing a live raptor wildlife ambassador!); and Gayle Podrabsky, Snow Leopard Trust.
Both events are all ages, family-friendly, and sliding scale $5-15 with donations at the door encouraged. Funds will benefit Wild Society programming and the fabulous venues hosting this event. All are welcome to attend and no one will be turned away due to lack of funds.