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Bird of Prey - Film Screening

August 22 | 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Science World at TELUS World of Science

Cost: Free to Congress Delegates (still need to RSVP)

 *The event is sold out! 

Science World, the Vancouver International Bird Festival and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology proudly present the Canadian premiere of Bird of Prey, an award-winning film about the Philippine Eagle.

The Philippine Eagle is the world’s largest and rarest eagle, found only in the Philippines. Fewer than 800 individuals remain today, and the future of these iconic raptors is tied to the fate of the last fragments of the country’s old-growth forest.

Following the screening, there will be a Q&A with members of the film and research team:

  • Neil Rettig, Cinematographer, Bird of Prey
  • Dr. Laura Johnson, Field Coordinator, Bird of Prey
  • Dennis Salvador, Executive Director, Philippine Eagle Foundation
  • Dr. Jayson Ibañez, Research and Conservation Director, Philippine Eagle Foundation

Moderator: Dr. Robert Butler, Chair, Vancouver International Bird Festival

Attend the screening for a chance to win a pair of Zeiss binoculars!

Admission is free, however, space is limited.

 

Direction

TELUS World of Science
1455 Quebec Street, Vancouver, BC V6A 3Z7

TELUS World of Science is located on the traditional and unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil Waututh Coast Salish Peoples. 

How to Get Here

  • Take transit! We're across the street from the Main Street-Science World SkyTrain Station and offer rentable lockers for your personal belongings.
  • We are only five minutes away from downtown Vancouver and conveniently located along the beautiful False Creek seawall walking and biking path.
  • The Aquabus and False Creek Ferries make stops near TELUS World of Science.
  • If you choose to drive, we are easily accessible from both Highway 99 (from Washington State) and the Trans-Canada Highway.

 

The premiere is presented by: