Due to popular demand we are proud to host a second screening of the new documentary "Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley" on Thursday January 18, 2018 starting at 7pm.
‘Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley’ is a full length wildlife documentary that was shot in the Oldman River valley by local wildlife photographer and filmmaker Rick Andrews. Capturing the area’s wildlife in each of the four seasons, this film also includes both underwater and night footage that collectively provide unique sights that even frequent visitors to this river valley may not have seen before.
Species such as Mule and White-tailed Deer, American Beavers, Coyotes, American White Pelicans, Great Blue Herons, nesting Great Horned Owlsand reptiles such as Prairie Rattlesnakes and Bull Snakes are all included, along with underwater sequences featuring Wandering Garter Snakes fishing and Western Painted Turtles swimming.
The film is 43 minutes in length and shot entirely within the City of Lethbridge corporate boundaries in high definition (HD).
Be sure to check out Rick Andrew's website to get inspired for this wonderful film premiere:
Avoid disappointment, reserve your seat for a $5 donation by calling 403-320-3064 - only 85 seats available! Donations support nature interpretation in Lethbridge.