December 17, 2018 Taos, New Mexico

The Harwood Museum of Art

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The Rewilding Institute presents two films:Born to Rewild & The Right to be Wild
Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 7:00 pm

The Rewilding Institute presents two films:Born to Rewild & The Right to be Wild



TRI is presenting two films to represent its mission, “to develop and promote the ideas and strategies to advance continental-scale conservation in North America, particularly the need for large carnivores and a permeable landscape for their movement and to offer a bold, scientifically-credible, practically achievable, and hopeful vision for the future of wild Nature and human civilization in North American.”

The first film is Born to Rewild,” chronicling John Davis’s trek of 5,000 miles in eight months from Mexico to Canada to bring awareness of the importance of connected wildlife corridors in the western wildway, along the spine of the continent. 
The second film is The Right to be Wild, a tale of hope, determination and science about the most endangered subspecies of gray wolf in the world, the Mexican Gray Wolf, also called the Lobo. It is also a story about the dedicated people who work tirelessly trying to save them, and it features Dave Parsons, Rewilding’s Carnivore Conservation Biologist, who spearheaded their reintroduction twenty years ago and will be present at the event.

Rewilding’s Executive Director and Editor, John Davis, will host the films and the panel discussion that follows.


This program is free to the public.