As the glaciers retreated at the end of the last ice age, they left an astounding gift ofconnected rivers, lakes, and wetlands across the heartland of North America. Today, theselargely unknown water highways remain an oasis for wildlife, from the herds of bison that stillroam part of the Great Plains to the swaying grasslands, wildflowers, and vital honeybees thatpollinate our crops and especially for the millions of magnificent birds that migrate along these "flyways."
"Wings Over Water", narrated by Michael Keaton, tells the compelling story of three amazing birdspecies—the Sandhill Crane, the Yellow Warbler and the Mallard Duck—with extraordinaryfootage of their fascinating behaviors. All of them depend on the wetlands for their survival.
While the City and County of Denver mandate for face coverings is no longer in effect, you are encouraged and welcome to wear a face covering when you visit the Museum.