[Tweeters] Dec 11th: Vashon Audubon Present Paul Bannick's "Woodpeckers of North America"

Michael Tracy mltracy at me.com
Mon Nov 24 11:10:09 PST 2014


On Thursday, December 11th On Thursday, December 11th Vashon-Maury Audubon Society presents Woodpeckers of North America, A Naturalist’s Guide with Paul Bannick. This free program starts at 7pm at the Land Trust Building on Bank Road
 
Paul Bannick, co-author and photographer for the new book, Woodpeckers of North America, A Naturalist's Guide will examine each of the North American woodpecker species through award winning images, intimate sounds and stories and observations from the field.  Paul's presentation will help you distinguish between species by behavior, habitat and field markings. He will also touch upon races of woodpeckers, adaptations to specific habitats, morphology and cultural ties.
 
Copies of Paul’s new book and others will be available for purchase – a perfect holiday gift this season.
 
Paul Bannick is an award-winning wildlife photographer couples his love of the outdoors with his skill as a photographer, creating images that foster an  intimacy between the viewer and subject

In June of 2012, Paul was awarded the Canon prize in the International Conservation Photography Awards for the photo that best exemplifies the mission of the ICP Awards. In 2011, Paul took first place among professionals in the Birds and Their Habitat category in Audubon Magazine's prestigious annual photography contest. Paul's first book, The Owl and the Woodpecker was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award for general non-fiction.

Paul currently is Director of Development for Conservation Northwest, an organization protecting and connecting wild areas from the Pacific Coast to the Canadian Rockies., A Naturalist’s Guide with Paul Bannick. This free program starts at 7pm at the Land Trust Building on Bank Road
 
Paul Bannick, co-author and photographer for the new book, Woodpeckers of North America, A Naturalist's Guide will examine each of the North American woodpecker species through award winning images, intimate sounds and stories and observations from the field.  Paul's presentation will help you distinguish between species by behavior, habitat and field markings. He will also touch upon races of woodpeckers, adaptations to specific habitats, morphology and cultural ties.
 
Copies of Paul’s new book and others will be available for purchase – a perfect holiday gift this season.  More details:  vashonaudubon.org 


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