Belvedere Tiburon Library

The Belvedere Tiburon Library often hosts lectures and films relating to the environment. We include speakers from local organizations such as the Felidae Conservation Fund, the Estuary & Ocean Science Center, One Tam, and more.

Featured Programs

Living with Mountain Lions | Zara McDonal | Felidae Conservation Fund | 2/18
Learn about Felidae’s current work with mountain lions and bobcats including mountain lion ecology, history, the challenges of sharing habitat with wild felids, and learn essential tips for living and recreating without fear. We will also learn the important role of wild cats in creating healthy ecosystems and enjoy engaging photos and videos.

Documentary film screenings in partnership with Tiburon Film Society

Sharkwater Extinction | 2/13
Sharkwater Extinction is a thrilling, action-adventure journey that exposes the billion-dollar illegal shark fin industry and the political corruption behind it. Shark finning is still rampant, shark fin soup is still being consumed, and endangered sharks are now also being used to make products for human consumption.

Living in the Future’s Past | 3/12
What kind of future do we want to live in? This film upends our way of thinking and provides original insights into our subconscious motivations, the unintended consequences, and how our fundamental nature influences our future as mankind.

Documentary film screenings in partnership with EOS (Estuary & Ocean Science Center)

Each screening includes a special question and answer session with a marine scientist.

Call of the Bay Beluga | 2/6
One day in Quebec, a baby beluga whale washes up on a gravel beach along the St. Lawrence River. Unexpectedly, she is vigorously alive. A scientific team decides to take unusual steps to try to save her. The story of this baby whale leads us on a larger journey through the amazing world of the St. Lawrence beluga whales and of the scientists who have worked for decades against long odds to help them.

Surviving the Lagoon | 6/8
This stunning film takes us on an adventure to the most remote atolls of French Polynesia in the middle of the immense Pacific Ocean. The lagoons are like passageways between two worlds, breaches in the coral that allow communication with the ocean.