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The Messenger

Posted in Science & Technology, Voices & Opinion
Sep 29, 2016

The Messenger

A documentary film by Su Rynard
Featuring Christy Morrissey, Dept. of Biology.

Thursday, Sept. 29, 7:00 p.m.
Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Arts 241

Admission: Students/Seniors: $3 Adults: $5
Tickets available at the door
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.| All are welcome

THE MESSENGER is an artful investigation into the causes of songbird mass depletion and the compassionate people who are working to turn the tide. The film takes viewers on a visually stunning journey revealing how the problems facing birds also pose daunting implications for our planet and ourselves.
Q &A with Dr. Morrissey and local experts to follow.

For more information, please contact Christy Morrissey


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