You can pick up your 2018 membership cards at the talk on February 15. The cards are very useful for such things as 10% discounts on bird seed at Spruce Capital Feeds. You can renew your membership, or join for the first time, at this event, or through Paypal at https://pgnc.wordpress.com/membership/. Membership ($25 single, $40 family, $15 student) also brings you membership with BC Nature and receipt of its excellent quarterly magazine.
American Dipper. A good time was had by all (report by Sandra Kinsey).
As a thank you to everyone for their love and support, phone calls, emails, cards and donations, we created a video as a tribute to Victor, for those who knew him, and for friends and family who could not make his celebration of life. We were very blessed to have had the time to spend with Victor and for friends and family to share stories, photos and words of support and love. Knowing how much Victor was respected and loved, and hearing how much of a positive influence he was to so many people, strengthens our connection with him.
**Reminder to take the time to tell the ones you love, how much they mean to you, tell them on a regular basis! Continue to respect the environment and enjoy the treasures nature has to offer!
With Love and Hugs, Victor’s Family
John is a Canmore/Banff based conservation advocate whose images have been published internationally by National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, Canadian Geographic, McLean’s and Reader’s Digest. He is a contributing editor for Outdoor Photography Canada magazine and the host of the popular web series EXPOSED with John E. Marriott. John is the author of three Canadian bestsellers and he recently co-released the critically acclaimed book The Pipestones: The Rise and Fall of a Wolf Family. John is the owner/operator of Canadian Wildlife Photography Tours (www.canwildphototours.com), featuring wildlife photo expeditions and workshops in remote Canadian settings. John is a premier storyteller and is sharing his tallest tales and unforgettable images of animals that inspired Tall Tales, Long Lenses.
“Getting Wild About Photography – the Goods on Shooting Wildlife” Wildlife Photography seminar with John E. Marriot. Join one of Canada’s premier professional wildlife photographers, John E. Marriott, for a two-hour wildlife photography seminar focusing on making you a better wildlife photographer. John covers the backyard basics and delves into a variety of topics, including an in-depth, beginner-to-advanced overview of your optimal camera settings and techniques for a diverse range of wildlife photography encounters and situations. John will provide a run-down of his own gear and what he considers to be must-have equipment, he’ll provide a comprehensive look at how to capture action in wildlife photography, he’ll look at the ethics of photographing wildlife, and he will provide insight into how to make a career as a wildlife photographer.
Join John as he shares with you his experiences photographing polar bears, wolves and other wild predators, and reveals his favourite tips, techniques, and easy-to-access locations for getting incredible wildlife shots. This event is open to the public. Registration is $30 for Prince George Photographic Society club members, $50 for non-members. Seating is limited, so contact Bob Steventon at email@example.com / 250-562-3717 to register and reserve your spot now.