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Wild Ways: Corridors of Life - Film Screening - Prince George, BC

Wild Ways: Corridors of Life - Film Screening - Prince George, BC
Y2Y invites you to a free screening of the film Wild Ways: Corridors of Life on Tuesday, October 25.
When
Oct 25, 2016 from 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM (Canada/Pacific / UTC-700)
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6 213 Canfor Theatre, UNBC, 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC
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Y2y invites you to a free screening of the film Wild Ways: Corridors of Life on Tuesday, October 25. The event will begin at 7:00 pm at the Canfor Theatre at the University of Northern BC and is open to the public.

Wild Ways is a groundbreaking film about the challenges of preserving biodiversity on an ever more crowded planet.

From North America's Yellowstone to Yukon region to Southern Africa's 'elephant highways' stretching across five countries, explore how connectivity conservation offers hope to some of our planet's most cherished - but endangered - species.

"Wild Ways demonstrates, through a message of hope, how some of the world's most beloved species can be preserved by linking the world's wildlife refuges through safe highway passage and open land," says Tim Burkhart, Y2Y's Peace River Break Coordinator.

Following the film is a discussion on the importance of ensuring connectivity for wildlife in the Wild Hart ranges, to the east of Prince George.

From the Kakwa Wilderness north through Pine Pass to the Williston Reservoir, the Wild Harts are an important corridor connecting central Rocky Mountain parks to the Muskwa-Kechick, providing critical habitat for woodland caribou and grizzly bears.

Ensuring this wildlife corridor remains intact is a priority for Y2Y in Northern BC - join us to be part of the conversation.

Admission is free and open to the public. 

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We hope you can join us for this exciting event!

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