Film screening from Project Coyote

We’re excited to announce that Colorado’s First Gentleman Marlon Reis will be joining us in Denver, Colorado, on February 26 for a free screening of Project Coyote’s award-winning film KILLING GAMES ~ Wildlife In The CrosshairsThis event is part of the Human-Animal Coexistence Catalyst Series.

 

More information on both screenings is available in the sidebar.

In related news, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission will meet on March 18-19 where we anticipate that they will consider whether to support a petition to ban wildlife killing contests for furbearer and small game species (including coyotes and prairie dogs) in the state. The petition was filed last November by a coalition of groups including the Animal Welfare Institute, the Humane Society of the United States, Project Coyote, WildEarth Guardians, the Animal Legal Defense Fund, and the Center for Biological Diversity. More on that exciting development to come!

We hope to see you later this month in Colorado!

For the Wild,

Colorado Environmental Film Festival Screening
The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) is an exciting, inspiring, and energizing event that includes world-class environmental films with representatives from local and national organizations. CEFF screens feature-length and short films by foreign, local and young filmmakers. True to the spirit of Colorado, this event is supported and attended by people who value the natural world and share a passion for the power and beauty of film.

Purchase tickets here.
University of Denver Screening
This screening will be hosted by the Institute for Human-Animal ConnectionSturm College of Law, and DU Media, Film, & Journalism Studies, in partnership with Project Coyote. The event will include remarks by First Gentleman of Colorado Marlon Reis and a discussion with Project Coyote’s Camilla Fox and Marc Bekoff.

This is a free event! Register here.

 

 

Camilla Fox
Founder & Executive Director

 

Marc Bekoff
Project Coyote Science Advisory Board Member

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