Save the Date! The Land Library is excited to be a co-sponsor of the Colorado premiere of the award-winning documentary, The Legend of Pale Male (Saturday, April 27th, 6:30pm, at Denver’s Montview Presbyterian Church). This will be a benefit screening for The Bloomsbury Review, a national literary treasure that has been celebrating and promoting great writing since 1980. We’ll be celebrating two legends that night — The Bloomsbury Review, as it launches into its next chapter, and Pale Male, the famous red-tailed hawk of Central Park, now courting his eighth mate somewhere over midtown Manhattan!
More details will follow, but for now enjoy this inspiring clip!
Over the next month, the Land Library will share more on April 27th’s premiere of The Legend on Pale Male. Along the way, we’ll feature many wonderful books that celebrate nature in the city. Here’s two volumes inspired by Pale Male himself:
A wonderful children’s picture book, Pale Male: Citizen Hawk of New York City by Janet Schulman, with illustrations by Meilo So, and Marie Winn’s classic Red-Tails in Love: A Wildlife Drama in Central Park.