Los Angeles Audubon Society presents the January 13, 2016 Monthly Program Presentation with a showing of the award winning wildlife film POACHED.

This is a free event – please RSVP to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (RSVP not required, but please show interest in attending).

Program-Jan-13-2016-PoachedMovieCome and watch this documentary focusing on the problem of over-eager egg collectors and how their obsession  has created  problems with local breeding bird populations.  There will be a Q&A Session with director Tim Wheeler after the movie.

The meeting and showing will be held at Debs Park, Special start time is 7:00 PM, the movie is 90 minutes long. Stay for the Q&A afterwards and we leave Debs Park at 9:30 PM.

What happens when a boyhood passion grows into a destructive obsession?  Poached reveals the bizarre underworld of illegal egg collecting by following convicted egg offenders as they evade an army of bird lovers and wildlife crime police during "Operation Easter" in Britain.  Egg thieves are motivated not by money but by desire for the beauty of the egg and the thrill of the chase.  Thousands of eggs confiscated in police raids have been found strapped under beds, beneath floorboards, and in secret rooms. With unprecedented access to the most notorious and inconspicuous perpetrators, Poached delves into the psychology of obsession as the egg collectors confront their destructive behavior.

By Director, Timothy Wheeler (The Other Shore, Whale Wars), Producer, Steve Brown (Spark: A Burning Man Story, Twinsters), featuring an original score by Mark Orton (Nebraska). See the film's trailer at: http://www.poachedmovie.com/

Los Angeles Audubon's monthly evening program presentations are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month (except for July & August) at the Audubon Center at Debs Park. All are welcome!

Audubon Center at Debs Park
4700 North Griffin Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Phone: 323-221-2255