Birds of the Inland Northwest
A special evening with acclaimed wildlife photographer and naturalist (Bannick-Birdsof-the-inland-nw.pdf)
Tuesday, March 22 at 7:00 PM
at the Bing Crosby Theater, 901 W. Sprague, Spokane
Brought to you by Conservation Northwest, with support from Friends of Turnbull Wildlife Refuge, Inland Northwest Land Trust, Palouse Audubon, Spokane Audubon, The Lands Council, and Upper Columbia River Group-Sierra Club
$5 donation at the door
Paul Bannick, author of the bestselling book, The Owl and the Woodpecker: Encounters with North America's Most Iconic Birds, will share images, stories and recorded calls derived from thousands of hours in the field, highlighting our own Columbia Highlands of northeastern Washington in this multimedia presentation, followed by a book signing. Paul intertwines his extensive knowledge of natural history with his breathtaking photography as he draws intriguing connections between owls, woodpeckers, and the plants and animals that live with them. Includes dozens of new images never shown before.
"... The Owl and the Woodpecker is a monumental work of photojournalism by one of North America’s top wildlife photographers."
Ted Williams, editor-at-large, Audubon magazine
For information call (509) 747-1663 or visit www.paulbannick.com