Wednesday, January 25 Mark Hendricks: Picturing The Chesapeake
Mark Hendricks, a naturalist by trade and an award winning wildlife conservation photographer, will take us on a visual journey through the rich biodiversity of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Through the lens of his camera, Mark will focus on the natural histories of the flora and fauna that make the Bay a unique resource. His images and articles have been featured in Nature Photographer, The Maryland Natural Resource, National Parks Traveler, Africa Geographic, and his photographs grace the walls of the famed G2 Gallery of Venice, California. He is currently working on his first book to be released in 2017.
Wednesday, February 22 Judy Wink: Wet-N-Wild Turkeys
Did you know that Ben Franklin wanted the turkey to be our national symbol? Join our very own acclaimed ornithologist, CBEC Executive Director, Judy Wink, for a wild discussion on a fascinating yet over looked bird… the turkey. Who knew turkeys had such interesting sex lives? Be prepared to have fun and even participate in a turkey calling contest at the end of the lecture. What you learn at this session will make your next Thanksgiving dinner conversation a memorable one!