Please join us for a screening of the award winning documentary, San Francisco—Still Wild At Heart. This film is a virtual case study of the arrival of coyotes in our urban communities. San Francisco-Still Wild at Heart has been described as "uplifting, lyrical, moving" and "an absolute treasure of a film."
Unfolding first in San Francisco, the film follows the story of the coyote across the national canvas—to New York City's Central Park; to Chicago, where more than 2,000 coyotes live today; and to rural California, where sheep ranchers find promise in innovative non-lethal predator control methods to protect their livestock.
Here is a link to the film's trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNeBBfStBRE
A discussion with Brent Plater of the Wild Equity Institute will follow the film.
Light refreshments will be available.
The Wild Equity Institute office is a short walking distance from the 16th Street BART Station and several Muni bus lines. Please visit 511.org to plan your route.
This event is free, but we request that you RSVP at either http://www.meetup.com/San-Francisco-Wildlife-Enthusiasts/events/113613472/
so we know how much popcorn to pop.
The Wild Equity Institute is a San Francisco non-profit working to unite grassroots conservation and environmental justice movements in campaigns that build a healthy and sustainable global community for people and the plants and animals that accompany us on Earth. http://wildequity.org/