BIRDERS: THE CENTRAL PARK EFFECT – One Showing Only! An Evening with Filmmaker Jeffrey Kimball
6:00pm Reception with Mr. Kimball
Wine and local, organic appetizers will be served.
7:00pm Screening of Film with Question & Answer Session
$75 All Events, including Bonus Bird Migration Walk & Talk
$25 Screening, Question & Answer Only
Birders: The Central Park Effect is an extraordinary film about the wild birds that find safe haven in Central Park, and equally about their attitude-rich, binocular-wielding admirers who adapt their own rhythms to the migrations of their colorful friends. While filmmaker Jeffrey Kimball grew up in Marin County and always loved animals, he did not develop his passion for birds until he moved to New York City. There, in Central Park, he became fascinated with the question of how wildlife survives in an urban environment. He is now a dedicated birder and cinematographer. Mr. Kimball serves on the Board of Point Blue Conservation Science. The Event beings with a 6 p.m. reception with Jeffrey Kimball. Wine and local, organic appetizers will be served. Screening of the film is at 7 p.m with a Question and Answer Session.
*Bonus Bird Migration Walk & Talk on Sunday, September 25, 8:30 a.m. for the $75 ticket holders. See migrating birds of the Laguna de Santa Rosa and hear about their incredible journeys. Meeting location: Laguna Environmental Center, Santa Rosa, CA.