“America’s Nature Guy” Peter Schriemer will present a series of short films about national wildlife refuges and discuss nature filmmaking

  • October 22, 2019
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Byrd Auditorium at the National Conservation Training Center, 698 Conservation Way, Shepherdstown, WV 25443

On Tuesday October 22, 2019 at 7:00 p.m., filmmaker and “America’s Nature Guy” Peter Schriemer will present a series of short films about national wildlife refuges and discuss nature filmmaking in the Byrd Auditorium at the National Conservation Training Center, 698 Conservation Way, Shepherdstown, WV 25443.

Peter Schriemer is “America’s Nature Guy” - a wildlife educator, media producer, television host, author, and Eddie Bauer Guide. Peter brings the best of North America’s wildlife to families in accessible ways. Through multi-media programs and live presentations, Peter equips families with the knowledge and enthusiasm to safely explore the nearby natural world. With a life devoted to nature education and a degree in filmmaking, Peter has produced content for PBS, The National Wildlife Federation, Animal Planet, Smithsonian Channel, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Peter has been involved in wildlife/nature productions for 20 years and has earned over 25 industry awards, including an EMMY nomination. Peter has starred in the Smithsonian Channel’s “Critter Quest!” series and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s “All Over the Map”. All Over the Map is an energetic and cinematic travel and wildlife film series designed to inspire a sense of adventure for families by exploring our National Wildlife Refuges. Each film focuses on one National Wildlife Refuge and features the wildlife of the refuge, its conservation story, and the different ways visitors can experience the refuge to its fullest. "All Over the Map" has been filmed at Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Horicon National Wildlife Refuge, and Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge - receiving TELLY Awards, DAVEY Awards, COMMUNICATOR Awards, and the DOVE Foundation Family Seal of Approval.

The talk is free and open to the public. No tickets or reservations are required. It is part of The Conservation Lecture Series held at the National Conservation Training Center. For more information please contact Mark Madison at (304) 876-7276 or mark_madison@fws.gov or visit nctc.fws.gov/history/publiclectures.html. The Conservation Lecture Series is co-sponsored by The Friends of the NCTC (http://www.friendsofnctc.org).


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