July 30, 2013 · 6:00 PM
Film Screening (with Q & A) ... Lords of Nature, Life in a Land of Great Predators Could the survival of birds, butterflies, beaver, antelope, wildflowers and trees possibly be connected to top predators like the wolf and cougar? Lords of Nature explores the role that top predators play in their ecosystems. In areas where wolves and mountain lions were wiped out, see the remarkably restored biodiversity achieved with the reintroduction of these predators. Join ecology and predation researcher Volker H. W. Rudolf, Ph. D., of the Rice University Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
for the Houston premiere the film of Lords of Nature, Life in a Land of Great Predators. This is a one-time-only film screening.
Remember to park in the museum garage and give yourself enough time to make the film which begins at 6 PM sharp.
Tickets $18, Members $12
Tickets can be purchased in advance online or at 713.639.4629.