Tue 6/12 @ 7PM
“Faces of Conservation” is a special photography-oriented Tuesday night presentation from Judy Semroc, a conservation specialist and educator with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Armed with a pro-level digital SLR camera, Semroc (who has also co-authored a book on dragonflies) uses close-up “portraits” of small species in the wild. She will describe how her pictures carry the message that these creepy-crawlies contribute vitally to the well-being of the environment as a whole.
Admission is free.
[Written by Charles Cassady Jr.]