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Nature photographer speaks to club

Photographer Paul Bannick will share some of his remarkable nature photographs at the next meeting of the Bainbridge Island Photo Club. Shown here, a Northern Pygmy Owl.   - Paul Bannick photo
Photographer Paul Bannick will share some of his remarkable nature photographs at the next meeting of the Bainbridge Island Photo Club. Shown here, a Northern Pygmy Owl.
— image credit: Paul Bannick photo

Famed nature photographer Paul Bannick will give an illustrated lecture titled “Capturing Nature in Photo Images” for the Bainbridge Island Photo Club's meeting in April.

Bannick is author of “The Owl And the Woodpecker: Encounters with North America's Most Iconic Birds,” and winner of the Canon Award in the International Conservation Photography Awards. He also won a first-place award in the Audubon Magazine annual photo contest for birds and habitat among professionals.

His exhilarating photos and audio focus will be on birds; their natural history and the interconnectedness of species and habitat.

The club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 10 at the Waterfront Community Center, 370 Brien Drive. The presentation is free and everyone is welcome to attend.

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