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OR7-The Journey Film Screening (Bend)

The Bend Premier at McMenamin's Old St. Francis School: OR7 - The Journey

Join Oregon Wild in welcoming the Bend premier screening of the documentary OR7 - The Journey, an inspiring film about Oregon’s famous wandering gray wolf who has formed a pack near Crater Lake to become the first wolf pack west of the Cascade Range in nearly 70 years. Come celebrate wolf recovery, wildlife, and OR-7's epic journey.

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OR7-The Journey Film Screening (Portland)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

After several sellout shows, the OR-7 documentary will be back in Portland on Wednesday, February 4th. The screening will be hosted by Oregon Wild and will include a Q&A with filmmaker Clemens Schenk and Oregon Wild's Northeast Oregon Field Coordinator Rob Klavins.

Tickets can be purchased online here or by calling 1-800-838-3006. Based on high demand, we suggest you get your tickets now!

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OR-7 The Journey Film Screening (Eugene)

ENCORE EUGENE SCREENING!

Join Cascadia Wildlands and Oregon Wild in welcoming Oregon filmmaker Clemens Schenk for the Eugene premiere of the documentary OR7 - The Journey, an inspiring film about Oregon’s famous wandering gray wolf. A Q&A session will take place after the movie with wolf advocates and the filmmaker.

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OR-7 The Journey Film Screening (Eugene)

FIRST EUGENE SCREENING!

Join Cascadia Wildlands and Oregon Wild in welcoming Oregon filmmaker Clemens Schenk for the Eugene premiere of the documentary OR7 - The Journey, an inspiring film about Oregon’s famous wandering gray wolf. A Q&A session will take place after the movie with wolf advocates and the filmmaker.

Tickets can be purchased online here. There is limited seating and based on other popular screenings, the show is expected to sell out. We suggest you get your tickets now!

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Forever Wild: Celebrating America's Wilderness

Join Oregon Wild in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the enactment of the landmark Wilderness Act. Signed by President Lyndon Johnson on September 3rd, 1964, the Act ensured the protection of America’s most spectacular landscapes for the enjoyment by future generations. Today, nearly 2.5 million acres in Oregon are protected – from Mt. Hood and the Three Sisters to the Eagle Cap and Steens Mountain.

OR-7 The Journey Film Screening (McMinnville)

Join Oregon filmmaker Clemens Schenk, Oregon Wild, and wolf supporters from around the state for a special showing of OR7-The Journey!

Reserve your tickets by calling 3rd Street Pizza Company at 503.434.5800

All previous showings have sold out so get your tickets soon! This showing will feature a Q&A with Director Clemens Schenk and Wildlife Advocate Rob Klavins.

Oregon's last wolf bounty was paid in 1947. In 1973, gray wolves were granted protections under the federal Endangered Species Act, setting the species on a slow path of recovery.

OR-7 The Journey Film Screening (Salem)

BACK IN SALEM BY POPULAR DEMAND!

After a sellout, the OR-7 documentary will be back in Salem on September 9th. The screening will be hosted by filmmaker Clemens Schenck and include a Q&A with Oregon Wild's Northeast Oregon Field Coordinator Rob Klavins.

Tickets can be purchased online here. A significant portion of proceeds will go to the Straub Environmental Learning Center. Based on high demand, we suggest you get your tickets now!

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World Premiere: OR7 - The Journey

Join Oregon filmmaker Clemens Schenk and wolf supporters from around the country for the World Premiere of OR7-The Journey!

Tickets are limited. Get yours here!

Oregon's last wolf bounty was paid in 1947. In 1973, gray wolves were granted protections under the federal Endangered Species Act, setting the species on a slow path of recovery.

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