“Deer 139” follows University of Wyoming research scientist Sam Dwinnell and two friends as they hike, ski, and packraft a mule deer’s migration path for 85 miles through western Wyoming and learn to see the world differently in the process.
Q&A with the film producers to follow the screening.
Free and open to the public.
The Monteith Shop and the Ruckelshaus Institute, both within the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming, produced the film as part of their mission to communicate new scientific understanding to broad audiences.
The film was supported by the National Geographic Society, George B. Storer Foundation, Knobloch Family Foundation, Ralph and Louise Haberfeld, 10 Country Chapter of the Muley Fanatics Foundation, Kemmerer Chapter of the Muley Fanatics Foundation, Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation, Wyoming Wildlife Foundation, Wyoming Governor’s Big Game License Coalition, Wyoming Humanities Council, No Man’s Land Film Festival, William Watson and Suzanne Welch, WILD Foundation, Mark and Nancy Anselmi, Joe Ceradini and Carolyn Livensperger, Scott Clark, Ross and Gwen Crandall, Anna Dwinnell, Liz Dwinnell, Barry Gillespie, Jeff and Emily Hood, Paul Hood, Rob and Jean Hood, Pat Huset, Lilia Larkin, Kathleen McGinley, Ken Miller, Shannon Nacey, Gregory Rien, G. A. Villaire, Phillip Wickey, Coalition Snow, Stio, Big Agnes, Alpacka Raft, Yostmark Mountain Equipment, Zeal Optics, and Alpine Start.