Help the Planet: See DisneyNature's "Earth" This Weekend

Reblogger Dinah Lee Griffey
Managing Real Estate Broker with Windermere Peninsula Properties

Heather shared this post already so I decided to reblog hers instead of writing my own. I think this is going to be an excellent movie and I am looking forward to viewing it-Dinah Lee

Original content by Heather Chavez

Disney pledges to plant a tree for every ticket sold opening weekend for DisneyNature's "Earth".

Disney had made an incredible pledge to all the people that purchase tickets and see their new movie, "DisneyNature's Earth", on its opening weekend.  For every ticket sold, Disney will plant a tree.  So, we have the potential of not only seeing a fantastic film about how the animals handle our amazing planet throughout the changing seasons every year, but we can actually help fight global warming through the planting of new trees.  My son and I saw this fantastic film today.  We watched polar bears fight to stay alive in the north pole, we saw some crazy dancing by beautiful birds in the Amazon, we were witness to the long trek that elephants make through the African desert just to get to some water and even laughed as ducklings tried to take their first flight out of the warmth of their nests.  These were just a few of the amazing journeys caught on film by Disney and the Discovery Channel in "DisneyNature's Earth".  Find out where this amazing film is playing near you, pack up the kids and enjoy approximately 90 minutes of family fun.

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Heather Chavez
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Thank you for re-blogging this, Dinah.  Disney only agreed to plant trees for the tickets sold opening weekend (last weekend).  But, it is still a fantastic movie for kids of all ages to go see.

May 01, 2009 03:14 AM #1
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