Here’s a quick note to let you know about a free screening of a really remarkable, Oscar-nominated documentary, Winged Migration, at the Redwood Shores Branch Library TOMORROW – sponsored by the Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter.
Read on, enjoy the film, and have a great weekend.
The Sierra Club invites you to FLY with BIRDS
“Winged Migration” is an amazing experience to behold. Its most impressive achievement is its ability to draw the viewer into a foreign world, traveling along with a myriad of bird species as they undertake their semiannual migrations over vast distances. “The closest any of us will get to experiencing the THRILL of FLIGHT…”
Nominated for 2003 OSCAR for the BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY and many other awards around the world.
When: July 30, Saturday
Time: 2:15 PM to 5:00 PM
2:15 to 3:00: Social & Snacks Short: “The Pacific Flyway (A Major Migratory Route for Birds) and Our Wonderful Baylands”
3:00 Movie Starts
Where: Redwood Shores Library Community Room, 399 Marine Parkway Redwood City, CA 94065
Sponsor: Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter
RSVP appreciated: Marianna Raymond, Baylands Committee Chair, email@example.com or 650-369-1653
Also: Sign-ups at the event for Canoe Adventure in Baylands on August 13th, 9am-2pm. This is a unique opportunity to paddle through the amazing sloughs (wetlands), visit Bair Island, get up close with local birds, marine animals, bay water and bay mud and see this unique eco-system up-close. Bring a pack lunch. $20 public or $10 for MSI members. Space is limited.