East Northport residents invited to film screening

February 22, 2017 by  

An upcoming East Northport area event will offer those who participate a chance to learn more about how they can coexist with nature right in their own backyards.

The function will include a screening of the film Hometown Habitat, which outlines and gives examples of how humans and nature can coexist in a way that benefits both.

The creator of the documentary, Dr. Douglas Tallamy, is an expert in the field of conservation and native habitat loss, and during the film, he will be explaining how people can play their role in lessening habitat loss and the impact it has on the plants and animals that are native to a particular area through measures such as conservation landscaping.

The screening will take place in the Cold Spring Harbor Library, and it is being hosted by the Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon Society. It strongly encourages everyone who wants to lend the environment a helping hand to attend. Booklet printing can be utilized to create handouts that provide more information about the topic of conservation that can be given to each person who participates in an event like this.

The events will be held on March 15, starting at 7:00 pm. It is being offered on a free of charge basis, and additional details have been provided on the Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon Society’s website.