SEA TURTLE STORY, A

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Washington D.C. Premiere

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SEA TURTLE STORY, A

(c) 2012 National Film Board of Canada & Productions La Fete Inc./Office National du Film du Canada & Productions La Fete Inc.. All rights reserved/Tous droits reserves

MARCH
23
10:00 AM

Directed by: Kelly Schultz

Venue: National Wildlife Visitor Center, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Patuxent Research Refuge
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MARCH
23
2:30 PM

Venue: National Wildlife Visitor Center, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Patuxent Research Refuge
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A SEA TURTLE STORY (Canada, 2012, 9 min.)

Washington, D.C. Premiere During the night a sea turtle digs a hole on a tropical beach and lays her eggs in the sand. So begins the treacherous journey that is the life of a sea turtle among predators such as crabs, birds and sharks, depicted in this stop-motion animation. Written and directed by Kathy Schultz.   

Introduced by Brad Knudsen, Patuxent Research Refuge Manager. Discussion with retired USFWS biologist Frank McGilvrey, a leading wood duck expert at Patuxent. A live wood duck will be present.

Presented in collaboration with the Annual Friends of Patuxent Art Show and Sale.

Shown with SONG OF THE SPINDLEAN ORIGINAL DUCKUMENTARY, and BIRDERS: THE CENTRAL PARK EFFECT.

Also shown with For a Better World!  

Ticket/Reservation Info: 

FREE. No reservations required.   

National Wildlife Visitor Center

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Patuxent Research Refuge, Auditorium

10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop, Laurel, Md.Map to location:

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