Monday, March 18
Urlich is a renowned nature photographer whose work has been featured in National Geographic, National Wildlife,Time, Audubon, and many other publications. Originally from Illinois, he now resides outside of Glacier National Park in Montana, but returns to Illinois each year on his photo tour. Every year he dazzles his audiences with amazing photographs, tips for photographers and humorous narration. The focus of his presentation this year will include the nature of Alaska, Africa, and Glacier National Park, with a special feature on bird migration in south Texas. Co-sponsored by IWU’s Environmental Studies Program, John Wesley Powell Audubon, and Sugar Grove Nature Center.
– Members of Sugar Grove Nature Center and JWP Audubon $5/adult, $2/children under 12
– Non-Members $7/adult, $3/children under 12
– Free for Illinois Wesleyan, Illinois State University, & Heartland Community College students with ID