I'm giving a program about birds, their photography, and the power of imagery to create conservation interest, in Cincinnati on the evening of June 8. It's free and all are welcome.
The venue is the amazing Lloyd Library and Museum, which houses one of the most impressive collections of books you'll probably encounter. Some of their works date back to the 1400's. It's heavily used by researchers and the Lloyd is active in outreach work to the community. This spring one of their outreach programs is entitled Birding through Time, and features monthly speakers, of which I am one.
Birding through Time also draws on the Lloyd's collection of bird books that spans several centuries. You'll see them if you attend. It's an amazing building and stunning collection, and I hope that you can come and see everything.
For complete program details and registration, please CLICK HERE.