Posted by: Stan Russell | June 13, 2015

It’s A Wild, Saturday, June 13, Henry Miller Library outdoor theatre

Hello Big Sur!
It’s A Wild Life is, by far, the best feature length nature film ever made about Big Sur. Kennan and Karen Ward are generously making it available tonight as a fundraiser for the Ventana Wildlife Society. Tonight you can see it outdoors, under Big Sur skies, in a cathedral of redwood trees at Henry Miller Memorial Library.

Kennan and Karen will introduce the film and Ventana Wildlife Society wildlife biologist Joe Burnett will discuss their participation in the film and the plight of the condors in Big Sur. It’s A Wild Life is about the dynamic ecosystems of Big Sur that support black bears, mountain lions, bob cats and the rich diversity of life created where the Pacific ocean, teaming with life, meets this plunging land mass we call Big Sur.

It’s A Wild Life
Feature film by Kennan and Karen Ward

The Pacific Ocean creates a rich environment along the coast of California.
EXPLORE the remote wilderness where a family of endangered Condors raise a chick high in a redwood tree.
WITNESS a one-eyed bobcat as she learns new hunting techniques in a struggle to survive
EXPERIENCE the beauty of this wild coast with a man who has made this steep environment his home for thirty years.
DISCOVER the unique and hidden secrets of this wild land we call Big Sur.

A benefit for Ventana Wildlife Society’s Big Sur Condor Project
Friday & Saturday, JUNE 12-13,2015
Henry Miller Memorial Library
Big Sur, California
Outside Theatre 7:30 PM
Tickets; $15.00 http://www.ventanaws.org/events/
View It’s A Wild Life trailer here https://vimeo.com/119487857
HML: 831.667.2574

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