Explore the fascinating world of ducks during a free film at Sitka National Historical Park


The next free film in the 2014-15 Winter Film Series is An Original DUCKumentary, which will be shown at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 28, and 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 31, at the Sitka National Historical Park visitors center theater. This film won the 2013 Emmy Award for outstanding nature programming.

From striking iridescent colors, to their complex plumage patterns, ducks add beauty and color to the world around us. But there is more to ducks than this outer beauty, there is their charismatic behavior and fascinating lifestyle. This film also celebrates Sitka’s recently completed Christmas Bird Count on Jan. 4.

The Winter Film Series is a partnership between the Sitka National Historical Park, Sitka Sound Science Center, and Sitka Conservation Society. There will be free popcorn and door prizes, too.

For more information, check out the film series page on the Sitka Sound Science Center website, http://www.sitkascience.org/news/winter-film-series/

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