Spring 2013 Movies
The following movies are shown daily in our Wildlife Theater:
10am: Habitat Earth H20 - 30 min. - Learn why water is important to us all, and how humans contribute to the chain of events which impact water quality.
11am: Tasha the Polar Bear - 30 min. - Tasha and her brother Lars are growing up, and it's time for their mom to give them lessons on living by themselves. Tasha and Lars learn to hunt, hop ice floes, and avoid the mean-tempered bears. Then Tasha is left to face the brutal winter alone. You'll see how remembering her mother's lessons helps Tasha to become a fearless polar princess!
12pm: In Search of the Jaguar - 54 min. – Journey into the heart of jaguar country to experience the thrilling, often perilous quest to save this great cat from extinction.
1pm: Swinging Safari - 44 min. – From the Serengeti Plains to the Kalahari Desert, experience the amazing ways that animals like cheetahs, crocodiles, rhinos and elephants survive.
2pm: Growing Up Seal - 42 min. - Stranded baby seals get a second chance at life at the Alaska Sea Life Center in Seward, Alaska. Dedicated staff nurse a starving baby ringed seal back to health. A rigorous training program prepares the rescued seals for their return to the wild.
3pm: Last Stand of the Great Bear - 40 min. – Travel along the coast of British Columbia where bear-hunting wolves take to the sea, grizzlies clash in battles and wild salmon are the lifesource of an entire ecosystem. Join experts as they adventure through the Great Bear Rainforest and search for the rare white "Spirit Bear."
4pm: Bird - 30 min. - Soar through the sky and around the world in an exciting journey from the bird's distant dinosaur past to its present astonishing variety. Take an up-close look at the staggering range of sizes, shapes and habitats of these feathered creatures and experience the miracle of flight.
Movies change quarterly with the seasons.
Groups studying a particular topic can request a special movie on that topic.