Wildlife Without Borders
Wildlife Without Borders tells the story of New Mexico’s iconic wildlife and the ways that they move and intersect our lands, our histories, and our cultures. Join us for stunning aerial footage and in-depth interviews from a diverse cast of wildlife advocates, tribal leaders, scientists, and policymakers.
Wildlife corridors offer a way of understanding both New Mexico’s past and its future, insofar as intact corridors provide opportunities for wildlife to move to new habitat as climate change and human development threaten the old. CAVU has been interested in protecting biological corridors and species’ rights to movement since its inception in Latin America in 2004 By working to eliminate the borders fragmenting wildlife, we can help eliminate the borders fragmenting people.
Join us for the film premiere and forum! Award-winning journalist Laura Paskus will moderate the panel:
Stephanie Garcia Richard, Land Commissioner, New Mexico
Karl D. Malcolm, PhD, Regional Wildlife Ecologist, US Forest Service
Cristina Mormorunni, Regional Director, Wildlife Conservation Society
Kyle J. Tator, Wildlife Biologist, Jicarilla Apache Nation
Tickets: $10 Reserved
Ticket on Sale Dates:
Lensic Member Presale: Monday, July 29 at 10 am
Public: Wednesday, July 31 at 10 am