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In her riveting and stunningly beautiful 2011 documentary, CRASH: A Tale of Two Species, Brewster native and award-winning natural history filmmaker, Allison Argo, documents the threat of extinction to a small shorebird called the Red Knot that must make a 10,000-mile journey from the southern tip of South America to its nesting grounds in the Arctic. This long-distance traveler times its migration precisely to coincide with the annual spawning of one of earth’s most ancient creatures: the horseshoe crab. It is horseshoe crab eggs on the Delaware Bay that fuel the little bird’s epic journey to the Arctic.

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