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Ecuador: Birding Adventures from Amazonia to the Galapagos

Speaker: Fernando Corrada

Date: Thursday, September 19, 2019

Time: 6:30 P.M.

Location: Dorothy Alling Library, Williston, VT

Fernando Corrada is a well-known photographer and wildlife enthusiast in Vermont. Join the members of the GMAS to hear his stories about birding in Ecuador and to learn more about managing the logistics of such an adventurous trip. Naturally, this program will include numerous examples of Fernando's superb wildlife and landscape photographs.

Fernando studied biology at the University of Puerto Rico and professional photography at the Brookes Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA. Combining these interests, Fernando toured the National Park system, photographing wildlife, insects, butterflies, and birds. He came to Vermont in 1989 working as an Ophthalmic Photographer until his retirement in 2016.

This program is free and open to the public, although donations are always appreciated. The Dorothy Alling library is located on route 2 in Williston village. Free parking is available on site.

Earlier Event: September 12
Hawk Watch Week