Great Bear Wild (UW PRESS)
Sunday • October 26 • 7:30pm
Town Hall Seattle, Downstairs, 1119 8th Avenue
Discussion & Book Signing
Award-winning photographer and conservationist Ian McAllister has spent 25 years researching, exploring, photographing, and campaigning for one of the most endangered landscapes on the planetthe Great Bear Rainforest. In his new book of photography, McAllister travels along the Pacific coastfrom the top of Vancouver Island all the way to southern Alaskacapturing the rainforest's countless forms of wildlife, over 27 different bears, a tribe of First Nations people, and scientists racing against time to protect it. With the recently approved Northern Gateway Pipeline now threatening the remote wilderness more than ever before, McAllister joins us for a presentation and signing, to introduce his new book as well as the profound and beautiful landscape it depicts.
Presented by Town Hall and University Book Store, as part of The Seattle Science Lectures sponsored by Microsoft.
Tickets are $5 and available at townhallseattle.org.
Ian McAllister, a founding director of both the Raincoast Conservation Society and Pacific Wild, is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker. He has spent more than twenty years working to preserve the West Coast's temperate rainforest. Ian lives with his family on an island in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest.
Buy an Autographed Copy Please Note: Autographed copies of books are only available after the event. $50.00