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Shifting Sands: On the Path to Sustainability - Documentary Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Don't miss a special screening of the much anticipated documentary film Shifting Sands: On the Path to Sustainability followed by a panel discussion at The Field Museum on Saturday, May 7, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM. Field Museum collections from the Calumet region will be on display in front of James Simpson Theater from 9:30 AM-12:30 PM. 

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The Messenger at the Music Box Theatre

Join The Field Museum at the Music Box Theatre for a special film screening that will explore the science behind the new documentary The Messenger. Music Box will be joined by Pete Marra, Director of the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, who will explore the scientific themes within the film and provide a forum for discussion following the screening. So get ready to stretch your wings and join us for an afternoon of film and science.

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Great Horned Owl at Eggers Grove. Photo by Josh Engel.

Birding with The Field at Bemis Woods

Throughout 2016, The Field Museum is leading birding field trips as part of the Forest Preserves of Cook County's Big Year Birding competition. During the #BirdthePreserves Big Year competition, teams will compete to see which preserve has the most bird species and which preserve team can engage the most new birders in their Big Year efforts. Prizes and glory await the winners!

© 2010 Lynsey Addario, Women of Vision exhibition

© 2010 Lynsey Addario, Women of Vision exhibition

© 2010 Lynsey Addario, Women of Vision exhibition

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It’s What I Do: An Evening with Lynsey Addario

The Field Museum Presents It’s What I Do: An Evening with renowned photojournalist Lynsey Addario Go on assignment to the world’s most dangerous conflict zones with a MacArthur Fellow and Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist. Lynsey Addario has survived death threats and kidnappings to bring back powerful images from war-torn regions such as Libya, Iraq, and Afghanistan for National Geographic and The New York Times. She’ll share her heart-pounding story and explain what keeps her going back to places most of us would never venture.

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Great Horned Owl at Eggers Grove. Photo by Josh Engel.

Birding with The Field at Perkins Woods

Throughout 2016, The Field Museum is leading birding field trips as part of the Forest Preserves of Cook County's Big Year Birding competition. During the #BirdthePreserves Big Year competition, teams will compete to see which preserve has the most bird species and which preserve team can engage the most new birders in their Big Year efforts. Prizes and glory await the winners!

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Great Horned Owl at Eggers Grove. Photo by Josh Engel.

Birding with The Field at Skokie Lagoons

Throughout 2016, The Field Museum is leading birding field trips as part of the Forest Preserves of Cook County's Big Year Birding competition. During the #BirdthePreserves Big Year competition, teams will compete to see which preserve has the most bird species and which preserve team can engage the most new birders in their Big Year efforts. Prizes and glory await the winners!

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Great Horned Owl at Eggers Grove. Photo by Josh Engel.

Birding with The Field at Skokie Lagoons

Throughout 2016, The Field Museum is leading birding field trips as part of the Forest Preserves of Cook County's Big Year Birding competition. During the #BirdthePreserves Big Year competition, teams will compete to see which preserve has the most bird species and which preserve team can engage the most new birders in their Big Year efforts. Prizes and glory await the winners!

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Great Horned Owl at Eggers Grove. Photo by Josh Engel.

Birding with The Field at Skokie Lagoons

Throughout 2016, The Field Museum is leading birding field trips as part of the Forest Preserves of Cook County's Big Year Birding competition. During the #BirdthePreserves Big Year competition, teams will compete to see which preserve has the most bird species and which preserve team can engage the most new birders in their Big Year efforts. Prizes and glory await the winners!

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