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PBS Nature Host Chris Morgan live in Bellingham on Feb 17

Sunday, February 17, 2013, 3:30 p.m.
Mt. Baker Theatre, Bellingham, Washington

Want to know more about bears? Join PBS and BBC TV host Chris Morgan, live in Bellingham on February 17!

Chris Morgan is a conservation ecologist who works through education, film, science and campaigns to highlight wildlife conservation in fresh, fascinating ways. His personal mission is to help make conservation a part of everyday life for all individuals by inspiring people to appreciate wildlife and wild places, and creating solutions that intertwine human welfare with the health of our planet. He loves wild places, and is never happier than when sharing them with others - either in person, or through education and film.

Join this carnivore ecologist and global adventurer who has spent more than 20 years immersing himself among the wildlife of every continent. His engaging and authentic on-camera presence has brought him hosting and narration work seen on PBS Nature, BBC, National Geographic Television, and the Discovery Channel, along with an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman. His year-long odyssey across the Arctic Circle by motorcycle was featured in the three-part miniseries Bears of the Last Frontier.

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