Colorado's Moose - A Film by Sean Ender - Guest Bartender Event Series

Thursday May 9, 2019 - 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

basin + bend World HQ
27985 Meadow Dr. Ste 200 Evergreen, CO 80439

Cost: FREE!

Have you seen a Shiras Moose in Colorado yet?

Once transient to the state, the Shiras moose was reintroduced into Colorado in the late 1970s. The species' success has provided new tourism opportunities for wildlife watchers and sportsmen alike. Still a rare animal to see in the wilderness, wildlife managers remain responsible for managing sustainable moose populations and striking a balance between the public, ranchers and wildlife who all use the land to survive. 

Join us as Sean Ender shares his film, Colorado's Moose, which combines captivating stories from biologists, wildlife managers, a photographer, hunters and ranchers with stunning footage of moose and majestic scenics of the Colorado Rockies in this tremendous story for wildlife management.

Sean's film has already gained popularity as a first of its kind and has been selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, MT and the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York City.

What is the guest bartender series?

basin + bend's Guest Bartender Series brings various personalities from the hunting, fishing, outdoor and conservation realm into the shop to share their knowledge and perspectives while pouring pints for the guests. We are continually building our advocate army, and this is a great way get out and meet other like-minded folks from the community over a FREE pint of beer! 

Sean Ender's film Colorado's Moose has been selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula and the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York City.
Sean Ender's film Colorado's Moose has been selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula and the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York City.

More about Sean Ender and EnderPost Inc.
Passionate about storytelling, wildlife, and the outdoors, Sean Ender has spent his time in between clients producing this, his first hour-long documentary.

He began his career as an editor, primarily working on museum films including installations at the 9/11 Memorial Museum, Gettysburg Seminary Ridge and The Mob Museum. He has since gone on to edit TV series on Discovery Velocity, Rocky Mountain PBS and RFD-TV.

As a motion graphics artist he has contributed to independent films on PBS, Discovery ID and MSNBC. In 2016 he started EnderPost Inc. and has expanded to all phases of production.

He's since filmed programming for BBC, Outdoor Channel, Elk Network and various independent films.

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