"Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley" documentary film screening, discussion, and DVD release

par Friends of Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society

  • samedi, 29 septembre 2018 de 3:00 Après-midi à 5:00 Après-midi (HAR)
  • Lethbridge Public Library - Main Branch Theatre Gallery 810 - 5 Avenue South , Lethbridge, AB T1J 4C4

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Join us for the DVD release of the Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley documentary by Rick Andrews! We will be screening the film, hosting a question and answer discussion, and officially releasing the DVD of this fantastic film so you can enjoy it from home with friends and family.  The release event will help increase support of the Society and will raise awareness on an important project we are currently fundraising for: the Outdoor Learning Classroom at the Helen Schuler Nature Centre! 



"Adventures in Nature" is presented by the Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society as an opportunity for nature enthusiasts to be inspired by a local renowned naturalist through story-telling, photos, and videos. This inaugural event will help foster growth and development of local naturalists - encouraging outdoor pursuits and educating our community on the many benefits of connection with nature.

With this event, we are pleased to feature local wildlife photographer Rick Andrews as he releases the DVD of his first film "Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley," a full length wildlife documentary that was shot in the Oldman River valley. Capturing the area’s wildlife in each of the four seasons, this film also includes both underwater and night footage that collectively provide unique sights that even frequent visitors to this river valley may not have seen before.

Before screening the film wildlife photographer and filmmaker Rick Andrews will share his journey in creating this wonderful film showcasing our wild neighbours in Lethbridge. Species such as Mule and White-tailed Deer, American Beavers, Coyotes, American White Pelicans, Great Blue Herons, nesting Great Horned Owls and reptiles such as Prairie Rattlesnakes and Bull Snakes are all included, along with underwater sequences featuring Wandering Garter Snakes fishing and Western Painted Turtles swimming. 

The film is 43 minutes in length and shot entirely within the City of Lethbridge corporate boundaries in high definition (HD).

After the film screening Rick will be available to respond to audience questions and provide an update on his most recent wildlife adventures.  Be sure to check out Rick Andrews' website to get inspired by his amazing nature-based photography: http://www.RickAndrewsPhotography.com 

Reserved seating is available for a nominal donation to the Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society facilitated through CanadaHelps.org (this web page). Previous screenings have "sold out" very quickly, therefore reserving your seat is highly recommended. 

Pre-order your copy of the "Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley" DVD or DVD-Mac by completing the online order form: https://NatureCentre.ca/Merch/WildlifeDVD

Participants Tout afficher (58)

Gordon Hopkinson

+ 1 invité

Gayle Krampl

+ 1 invité


+ 2 invités


+ 2 invités


+ 1 invité



+ 4 invités

Andrea Vaxvick

+ 1 invité

dennis hooge


+ 1 invité


+ 5 invités


Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé


de 1 500 $



Jours pour acheter


Lethbridge Public Library - Main Branch Theatre Gallery
810 - 5 Avenue South , Lethbridge, AB T1J 4C4

29 septembre 2018
samedi, 29 septembre 2018 3:00 Après-midi (HAR)


Are you interested in helping the Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society raise funds for the Outdoor Learning Classroom and Amphitheatre project? Reach out to us and let us know how you would like to help! 


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Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society
c/o 910 4th Avenue South
Lethbridge , AB
T1J 0P6

À propos de cet organisme

Friends of Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society supports Lethbridge's Nature Centre to foster a community of environmentally responsible citizens through interactive experiences that connect people closer to nature. Find out more at www.NatureCentre.ca