Saving Sea Turtles: Preventing Extinction
"Narrated by renowned scientist Dr. Sylvia Earle, this feature-length independent documentary tells the larger natural history story of the world's rarest sea turtle, the Kemp's Ridley and how humans pushed a healthy population to the precipice of extinction and are now slowly helping it to recover. From the beaches of Massachusetts to Mexico, Texas and Georgia, this film highlights the collaborative work that is being done to save a species from going extinct."
Prior to the screening, SR3's very own Dr. Lesanna Lahner, a marine wildlife veterinarian, will introduce the film and discuss the status of sea turtle strandings in the Pacific Northwest.
Doors open at 6:40 p.m.
Price: $5 (FREE for Members of the Pacific Science Center Museum)