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Wildlife of Oldman River Valley documentary completed

Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society will present the DVD release of the Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley documentary by filmmaker Rick Andrews on Saturday, Sept. 29 at the downtown Lethbridge Public Library.
Andrews’ film features local wildlife in each of the four seasons and provides a spectacular look at our wild neighbours.
The film is 43 minutes in length and was shot entirely within the City of Lethbridge.
Species such as mule and white-tailed deer, American beavers, coyotes, American white pelicans, great blue herons, nesting great horned owls and 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 event will feature a screening of Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley, commentary by Andrews, an update on his most recent wildlife adventures, and an opportunity for the audience to ask questions about the production.
It will also provide a chance to buy a DVD copy of the film.
Reserved seating is available for a nominal donation to the Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society at www.canadahelps.org.

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