"Deer 139" to Screen in Jackson on September 29th

Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation proudly co-hosts the screening of Deer 139 with the George B. Storer Foundation and Knobloch Family Foundation at the National Museum of Wildlife Art at 6 pm on September 29. A beautifully-crafted adventure film/nature documentary, Deer 139 gives viewers an intimate and highly entertaining view of the amazing migration of one pregnant doe.

We hope you’ll consider supporting the film and its mission to elucidate the marvel and challenges of migration! Click here for updates on the 2019 Wyoming Range Mule Deer Project. 

A Story of Science, Adventure, and Migration

In “Deer 139,” University of Wyoming researcher Sam Dwinnell leads an all-woman team of naturalists, storytellers and endurance junkies on an expedition to film the migration of one pregnant deer (Deer 139).

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation is proud to partner to helping bring this story of adventure science to Jackson! The film is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, September 29th at 6:00 pm at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The event is open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. As a bonus, the National Museum of Wildlife Art will have its galleries open prior to the screening and attendees are welcome to tour them! 

“The main goal is to walk the eighty-something miles from Deer 139’s winter range to her summer range.” – Tennessee Watson

On the donation page, note “Deer 139” to support this project directly! 

All photos courtesy of Morgan Heim and Jayme Dittmar. For more information about the film screening at the National Museum of Wildlife Art please contact info@jhwildlife.org or call our office at 307-739-0968. 

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