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Living with Wildlife Screening | Canmore, AB

Living with Wildlife Screening | Canmore, AB
Join the filmmakers behind the Living with Wildlife documentary for the film's premiere showing.
When
May 03, 2017 from 07:00 PM (Canada/Mountain / UTC-600)
Where
Canmore Collegiate High School, 1800 8 Ave., Canmore, AB
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Join the filmmakers behind the Living with Wildlife documentary for the film's premiere showing.

This film is part of the WildSmart speaker series on May 3 at the Canmore Collegiate High School at 7 p.m. and will include a panel discussion after the 25-minute film. 

The film focuses on the innovative solutions in the Bow Valley to improve co-existence with wildlife. These include garbage systems, attractant management program, highway fencing and crossing structures and wildlife corridors.

The film is free. 

Living With Wildlife from Leanne Allison on Vimeo.

The Bow Valley of Alberta, Canada is one of the busiest places in the world where people and grizzly bears coexist. The 'Living with Wildlife' film and video series profiles how communities have adapted to wildlife by having bear-proof garbage systems, fencing and wildlife crossing structures on highways, wildlife corridors, bear management, and education programs.

The Bow Valley to is a key connection for wildlife movement between protected areas in the Yellowstone to Yukon region.

This is a partnership project between Bear Conflict Solutions, Calgary Foundation, Town of Canmore, Alberta Parks and Environment, Yellowstone to Yukon, CPAWS, and the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

The series is being made available for free download for educational purposes.

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