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Saturday, November 3rd
Sunday, November 4th
Wednesday, October 3 at 7:30 + Skype Q+A with Neil Rettig, Cinematographer and Dr. Laura Johnson, Expedition Coordinator
Saturday, October 6 at 1:15 + Introduction by Bud Anderson, local Raptor specialist and founder of the Raptor Research Group
The Philippine Eagle is a bird of extremes. It’s the world’s largest and rarest eagle, found only in the Philippines. Fewer than 800 individuals remain today, and the future of these iconic raptors — and of an untold number of other species — is tied to the fate of the Philippines’ last fragments of old-growth forest.
Wildlife cinematographer Neil Rettig wanted to find and film the rarest eagle on the planet, the Philippine eagle. In doing so, he meets the people who have devoted their lives to saving this almost-extinct species and the old-growth habitat that sustains it.