Avalon Theisen, an amphibian advocate, founder of Conserve It Forward, and an Amphibian Survival Alliance partner, was part of the Miami premiere of HBO’s new series, Saving My Tomorrow. Parts 1 and 2 of the show, a result of a unique partnership between HBO and the American Museum of Natural History, is now airing and will continue as a four part series on Earth Day 2015.
“The show is full of so many amazing kids who are making positive change for the world, and I hope you get to watch. You can catch a glimpse of me in the opening sequence of the episodes, and then I will talk about frogs in one of the spring episodes. I thank HBO for including me in this very positive, important series!”
Danny Bravo who works with monarch butterflies, and Teakahla Whitecloud of Sea Turtle Oversight Protection, were also part of the Miami premiere event. The three youth joined Amy Schatz, Director and Producer of Saving My Tomorrow, for a limousine arrival, photo opportunities and on stage for questions after the showing. They also got to autograph movie posters together.
Avalon is excited to bring frogs and amphibians to the show. To learn more about Avalon and her work with amphibians visit her on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/ConserveItForwardWithAvalon, or at her website ConserveItForward.org.