"Please don't feed the bears," is the common refrain from experts and wildlife lovers featured in REWILDING AMERICA: Lessons Learned from the Cape Cod Bear.
REWILDING AMERICA: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE CAPE COD BEAR
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We were pleased to screen Cape Cod Bear at the 2013 Animal Behavior Society Film Festival. Cape Cod Bear (The Film) blends humor and hard-hitting facts in ways that illuminate the intersection of conservation and human behavior, and that deftly draw the viewer to an appreciation of the need to sustain our wildlife and shared landscapes.“
-Michael Noonan, PhD Chair, Animal Behavior Society Film Festival
The United States is fortunate to have many wild species, unlike other countries and territories in the world. We must conserve and protect these species for future generations and for the health of our habitat. We need to take the responsibility upon ourselves to help keep wildlife wild!
-Jennifer Churchill, PIO, Northeast Region, Colorado Parks and Wildlife Denver, CO 80216
As we continue to alter the landscape, humans and wildlife will be in increased contact. We can alter our behaviors to help mitigate the emergence of disease, or we can do things that are likely to exacerbate disease transmission. Hopefully the film will get people to think proactively about the relationship between humans, animals, and the environment.-
-Christopher McKinney, MS, DVM
This film is jam-packed with urgent facts that are presented in an effective and memorable fashion. It is appropriate and interesting for a broad audience. Galvin respectfully acknowledges all life – human and wild.
-Mandy Feder, Managing Editor, Lake County Publishing
As this film reminds us, parks and zoos are great ways to learn about and experience wildlife. We must remember we should not seek bears out in their native habitat but we must respect them in the wilderness, being wild.
-Elizabeth McKinney, Zoo Keeper
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