presented by Seattle Arts and Lectures and Braided River
sponsored by The Campion Foundation
Thursday, April 28, 2016 | 7:30 pm | Benaroya Hall | GET TICKETS HERE

Experience the wildest places along North America’s West Coast through the lens of Florian Schulz. Florian will share close encounters with polar bears and whales, and a few of the near-death experiences he’s had during the decade he’s spent following migrating animals from Baja California to the Arctic Coast. Author of five Braided River books, Florian has dedicated his life and his career to promoting the creation of vast wildlife corridors on land and now at sea. Come see why! Tom Campion will introduce Florian, and Chip Giller of Grist will lead a question and answer session following the talk.