The documentary offers an immersion in the fascinating urban wetlands of Patagonia, located at the southern tip of South America. The Tres Puentes wetland and Maria Behety Park in Punta Arenas, Chile, and the Bahía Encerrada Reserve in Ushuaia, Argentina, are the main spots where the report takes place.
Through the images and interviews with experts in environmental conservation, the documentary shows us the rich and diverse birdlife that inhabits these urban environments.
The importance of these wetlands as crucial habitats for many bird species and their unique biodiversity is highlighted. But there is also evidence of the growing threats that face these places, such as uncontrolled urban development, pollution, the arrival of invasive species and other human impacts.
The aim of the documentary is to make the audience aware of the need to protect and preserve these wetlands, not only for the birds sake and the rest of the fauna and flora, but also for the community itself. It promotes active public participation in conservation and the promotion of environmental education activities, showing that each of us can make a difference to keep these valuable ecosystems alive in the heart of cities.
Saturday morning at 12:00 a.m.
Saturday afternoon at 5:00 p.m.
Sunday morning at 12:00 a.m.