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Shorts from Jackson Hole

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Wednesday, December 27th 1:00pm - 2:00pm All Ages. Free

What can you do to help wildlife? Watch some amazing films that are making a difference and learn how you can too at the Jackson Hole WILD on Tour event.

My Haggen Dream
On Saipan, the largest of the Northern Mariana Islands that are located in the Western Pacific Ocean, a young girl’s dream of a mysterious haggan, or sea turtle, sends her on a quest to investigate the sea turtles that nest and swim near her island home.
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Meet the Real Wolf
What happens when fairy tales and reality collide? Throughout history, myths about the “big bad wolf” have generated fear and concern that creeps out of our storybooks and into the real world. By the 1950’s, wolves were pushed to the brink of extinction in the lower forty-eight and more was lost than just the wolf. Meet The Real Wolf introduces a new chapter where the apex predator becomes the protagonist, changing the narrative of the ecosystems they are rebuilding. We learn what happens when the wolf is no longer antagonized, but instead realized as the missing link, and the denouement to our story.

Water from the Mountain
Follow the path of water from the rainforests of Puerto Rico’s El Yunque National Forest to the coastal communities that rely on fresh water… and discover one of the world’s most amazing water treatment (eco)systems.
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Explore Your Backyard Wilderness
Explore your Backyard Wilderness is a micro-movie about the great web of life that surrounds and sustains us, but which we have forgotten how to see. Set in and around a typical home and neighborhood pond, it is a poignant snapshot revealing the miracles that unfold right under our noses each year in backyards across America – whether we see them or not. Explore your Backyard Wilderness reconnects people to nature by allowing them to experience the world through animal eyes and at nature’s pace, inspiring a new sense of wonder and commitment to understanding the world outside their back door.
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