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The Condor's Shadow

The California Raptor Center

Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)

The Condor's Shadow

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
6pm Movie Screening Ended $10.00 $1.49
4pm Reception and 6pm Movie Screening Ended $50.00 $3.49

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Event Details

Attend this 6pm screening of the movie The Condor's Shadow, a year-in-the-life documentary film that follows USFWS biologist Joseph Brandt into the world of endangered species recovery. His mission: To enable the California condor to fly free once again.

Beautiful and poignant, The Condor's Shadow will make you appreciate the challenges faced and the passion brought to the task of pulling the condor back from the brink of extinction.

There will be a special reception for the event beginning at 4pm at Gunrock Pub. If you wish to attend the reception, you must pre-purchase a ticket - they will not be sold at the door.

Tickets for the movie screening will be sold both online and at the door and are available until this event is sold out.

Film information and trailer: www.TheCondorsShadow.com 

Have questions about The Condor's Shadow? Contact The California Raptor Center

When & Where

UC Davis Sciences Lab Building Lecture Hall
Hutchison Drive
Davis, CA 95616

Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)

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The California Raptor Center

The California Raptor Center, affiliated with the University of California-Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, is committed to preserving and perpetuating the health of all raptor species, with special emphasis on those native to California and the West. We accomplish this goal through our Mission:

We offer educational programs to K-12 and university students, Wildlife Agencies, and California communities, teaching the biology of raptors, the importance of these predators in the ecosystem, the difficulties they face as their natural habitats shrink, and ways we can help raptors - and by extension, all wildlife species - to thrive.

Raptor Health Care and Rehabilitation
We provide an important service to the public and to state and federal agencies, accepting all injured, ill, and orphaned birds of prey they bring us. We offer these birds the finest available medical care and rehabilitation.

Multidisciplinary research teams from the university design and carry out studies on all aspects of the health of both captive and free-living raptors.

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