The Weight of a Feather

Wed. Nov. 29 at 9 p.m.

Wildlife reveals how all living beings are connected. In Arizona, Liberty Wildlife is a wildlife rehabilitation, education and conservation center that works in concert with state and federal agencies, local municipalities, utilities and other non-profits to ensure the survival of wildlife in the urban interface and throughout the West.

“The Weight of a Feather” explores how wildlife connects people, nature and cultures. This film was made possible by the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation with additional support from Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust and highlights the Liberty Wildlife Non-Eagle Feather Repository, which provides feathers for Native Americans for religious and ceremonial purposes.

When you make a donation to support Arizona PBS, choose the program “The Weight of the Feather” and enjoy a comprehensive package that includes a plush toy, a DVD, a sponsorship and a private behind-the-scenes tour.

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