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You are cordially invited a special program on Grizzly 399
The Commonwealth and Sierra Clubs of California Present…
A Special Event Celebrating the Most Famous Grizzly Bear in the World

Tuesday, OCTOBER 27, 2015 at 6pm

In celebration of his new critically-acclaimed book on Grizzly Bear 399, legendary nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen has been asked by the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco to give a special public presentation and you are invited! Together with author Todd Wilkinson, Tom will be discussing many of the images appearing in Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek, An Intimate Portrait of 399, the Most Famous Bear of Greater Yellowstone. It promises to be an inspiring and hair-raising evening as Tom and Todd discuss the life and death struggles of grizzlies in America's wild backyard in the West and plans to remove grizzlies from federal protection.

Updated Promotion Code:

Mangelsen supporters will receive a special rate for the program. Type “specialsierra” into the promotion box when registering online and you will receive a reduced ticket rate of only $12. Tom and Todd will be available to autograph the new book and you’ll be able to have yourself photo-bombed with a giant likeness of Grizzly 399!

TIME: 5:30 p.m. reception, 6 p.m. program, 7 p.m. book signing
Sign up today as seating is limited!

Special Event Celebrating the Most Famous Grizzly Bear in the World


October 3 - January 3, 2016 | The Durham Museum in Omaha, Nebraska:
NATURE, CAPTURED | Showcasing the world's most amazing images of nature, including Tom's award winning image Born of the North Wind.

Come meet Thomas D. Mangelsen at these exclusive events! Throughout the evening Tom will be available for signing and sharing stories from his photographic adventures.
October 17 | Galena, Illinois from 5-9pm
October 24 | LaJolla, California from 5-9pm

October 27 | San Francisco, California: Special presentation about Grizzly 399 at The Commonwealth Club. Sponsored by The Sierra Club of California
Reception starts at 5:30pm, the program at 6pm, book signing at 7pm