SEPT 15: Earthflight 3D screening, Panel on Bird Migration at Museum of Nature

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Cranes frying over Chenonceaux, from the Earthflight movie. ©Copyright BBC Worldwide.

Cranes frying over Chenonceaux, from the Earthflight movie. ©Copyright BBC Worldwide.

Canadian Museum of Nature (240 McLeod Street)
Thursday, September 15, 7:00pm-9:00pm

During the centennial of the Canada-US Migratory Bird Convention, join the Canadian Museum of Nature for the world première of Earthflight 3D, produced by BBC Earth and narrated by Cate Blanchett. 7 p.m. Aerial techniques and 3D photography will make you feel like you’re soaring alongside the birds!

After the 20-minute screening, catch a panel discussion with Bill Lishman, inventor, ultralight pilot and inspiration for the 1996 movie Fly Away Home; Alex MacDonald, Senior Conservation Manager at Nature Canada and weekly contributor to CBC Radio’s In Town and Out; and Judith Kennedy, Head of Migratory Bird Conservation of the Canadian Wildlife Service. A screening in French will follow the discussion. Tickets $4. Reserve in advance at nature.ca.


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