Wayne Pacelle, President of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), has sent the following invitation:
You’re invited to a free screening of the Natural Resources Defense Council's insightful and uplifting documentary, "Wild Things," a film about the USDA Wildlife Services’ war on native carnivores. Many ranchers are rejecting the old practice of killing predators to protect livestock, and are using new technology as well as old methods of animal husbandry to coexist with these important animals.
Join HSUS California state director Jennifer Fearing on June 25 in Sacramento. Though the event is free, seats are limited. An RSVP is required; scroll to the bottom right of the film's webpage (http://www.nrdc.org/wildlife/wild-things/) to see the RSVP link. (The Sacramento link is the first of three.)
A reception (6 p.m.) precedes the film (7 p.m.), and a panel discussion follows.
Sponsored by HSUS; reservations must be made through the NRDC link above.
Optional: Let us know if you'll be joining us for dinner at Darna Middle-Eastern Restaurant, 925 K St.; drop by between 5 & 5:30.