Audubon Mid-Atlantic, the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove, Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens, and The Colonial Theatre are pleased to bring you “Wings Over Water," a visually stunning film that shares the epic journey of three migratory birds and their connection to wetlands, and other crucial waterways as they traverse thousands of miles to reach their nesting and breeding grounds.
Though concentrated in the Central and Mississippi Flyways, two of the film’s featured birds, Yellow Warblers and Mallard Ducks, also migrate through parts of the Atlantic Flyway, including the Delaware River Watershed where Audubon Mid-Atlantic is working to conserve, restore, and create quality habitat for these and many other bird species.
Following the screening, a panel of experts will discuss the annual phenomenon of migration and the inherent role of birds as indicators of environmental health. Panelists will also speak to the importance of water quality, riparian habitat, and pollinators in maintaining healthy landscapes within the Delaware River Watershed, and how Audubon Mid-Atlantic is making a difference for birds and people.
Robin Irizarry, Delaware River Watershed Program Manager, Audubon Mid-Atlantic
Susan Harris, Principal, Cerulean, LLC
Tim Fenchel, Deputy Director, Schuylkill River Greenways
Amy Mawby, Education Manager, Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens
$10.00 when you use the promo code BIRDS.
Snacks and refreshments will be available to purchase. Must be 21 or older to purchase alcohol.
Don’t wait! Seats are limited.
Purchase tickets here for this fall migration event. (You will be redirected to The Colonial Theatre website to purchase tickets.)