Photo: NC Zoo
South Wake Conservationists presents a very special program Thurs., Dec. 1, 7-9 PM on the critically-endangered red wolves.
We will be hosting the first in-person public screening of two short documentaries, produced by our own Cassia Rivera, followed by a live panel discussion with the executive producer and directors. The first one is the documentary short “Right of Passage,” which tells the story of the survival challenges that fewer than 30 red wolves currently living in the wilds of eastern NC face. In addition, we will screen the premier of the just-released documentary for kids, “For the Love of Red Wolves,” which will be shown in schools all across North Carolina.
These will be followed by an interactive panel discussion about red wolves, the challenges they face to survive as a species, and efforts underway to protect them. The panel will be led by Cassia Rivera (Executive Producer) and includes Nancy Arehart (Photography Director), Jennifer Hadley (Film Director), and the founders of the non-profit wildlife advocacy organization Weiler Woods for Wildlife, Loti Woods and Dale Weiler.
This event will be held in the conference room at Bass Lake Park in Holly Springs for those that can attend in person and will also be simulcast as a webinar statewide by the NC Wildlife Federation. Please register below to either attend in person or join the webinar. Those that attend in person will have the opportunity to meet the film teams, enter a raffle, pick up red wolf conservation information, and enjoy a brief social and refreshments following the discussion!
Please be sure to register for this free event and indicate whether you will be joining in person or remotely. Hope to see you there!
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