“Owls & Woodpeckers: How They Define and Enrich Habitats of the West”

Wildlife photographer Paul Bannick will talk about owls and woodpeckers and how they define and enrich habitats of the West in the Black Box Theatre. Bannick is a wildlife photographer specializing in the natural history of North America with a focus on birds and habitat. Coupling his love of the outdoors with his skill as a photographer, he creates images that foster the intimacy between viewer and subject, inspiring education and conservation. His first book, The Owl and the Woodpecker, published by The Mountaineers Books in October of 2008, continues to be one of the best–selling bird books in North America, and was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award for general non-fiction. This presentation is a visual and auditory celebration of the 22 woodpecker and 19 owl species in North America and the ways in which their life histories are intertwined with one another and with other elements of their habitat. Coupling his love of the outdoors with his skill as a photographer, he creates images that foster the intimacy between viewer and subject, inspiring education and conservation. His first book, The Owl and the Woodpecker, published by The Mountaineers Books in October of 2008, continues to be one of the best–selling bird books in North America, and was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award for general non-fiction. This presentation is a visual and auditory celebration of the 22 woodpecker and 19 owl species in North America and the ways in which their life histories are intertwined with one another and with other elements of their habitat.

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