Eddie Roqueta | 2017 | 6 min.
2019 Official Selection
When the sun sets over the Sea of Cortez, a tiny bat weighing about as much as five nickels emerges from the boulder-covered hillsides on Isla Partida and heads out to sea. To PhD candidate Edward Hurme, the Mexican fishing bat is as much a marine mammal as any whale or sea lion that makes its home in Baja California. And night, according to Hurme, “is when the magic happens.” All night, the bats swoop across the sea surface, snagging fish that still elude capture by the researchers despite their boats, nets, and high-tech gear. This video follows Hurme and his team in action, as they untangle the mystery of how these endangered bats find their prey.
|August 3, 2019||Costa Mesa||CA||OCUU Sanctuary|
|June 8, 2019||Cincinnati||OH||Winton Center at Great Parks of Hamilton County|
|May 11, 2019||Honolulu||HI||Doris Duke Theatre|
|May 2, 2019||Charlottesville||VA||Vinegar Hill Theater|
|April 27, 2019||Stateline||NV -Wild Child||Harrah's Lake Tahoe|
|April 27, 2019||Clinton||CT||Andrews Memorial Town Hall|
|April 20, 2019||Red Wing||MN||Sheldon Theatre|
|March 30, 2019||Palm Desert||CA - SOLD OUT||UCR Palm Desert Center|
|March 8, 2019||Buena Vista||CO||Buena Vista Community Center|
|February 15, 2019||Dillon||MT||STC Great Room|