The Messenger Documentary

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History says
The Messenger Documentary, by award-winning filmmaker Su Rynard, chronicles the struggle of songbirds worldwide to survive in turbulent environmental conditions brought about by humans. The demise of songbirds could signify the crash of ecosystems globally, akin to the disappearance of honey bees and the melting of the glaciers.

Find out what’s killing our songbirds, and what can be done about it. As in ancient times, songbirds may once again be carrying a message to humans—one that we ignore at our own peril.

The Museum is one of the few venues in Ohio screening this film. An environmental festival featuring local conservation organizations kicks off the evening at 6pm. The film screening begins at 7. This event is included with general admission -- $8/person after 5pm Wednesdays!

Promotional Partners
Bialosky Cleveland; Big Creek Connects; Bird Watcher's Digest; Black Brook Audubon Society; Black Swamp Bird Observatory; Brooklyn Center Naturalists; City of Cleveland Office of Sustainability; Cleveland Metroparks; Cleveland State University; Cleveland Museum of Natural History Division of Natural Areas; Kirtland Bird Club; Lake Metroparks; National Audubon Society; Night Flight Bird Call Research; Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative; Ohio Ornithological Society; Scotts Miracle-Gro Canada; Walker Glass Co., Ltd.; West Creek Conservancy; Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society

Sponsored by Great Lakes Brewing Company
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By: Cleveland Museum of Natural History

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