Adirondack Interpretive Center at SUNY ESF. The Beauty & Diversity of Adirondack Birds.
September 30th 7 PM, Glens Falls, NY.
Crandall Library, Southern Adirondack Audubon. The Beauty & Diversity of Adirondack Birds.
(1) The Beauty & Diversity of Adirondack Birds
A multimedia show featuring intimate photography of diverse bird life and natural habitats, with an emotional music score. See birds of the boreal lowlands, mixed woods/hardwoods, upper elevations, lakes, ponds, rivers, wetlands, open spaces, and Lake Champlain's waters and Valley. Close up portraits of woodland warblers, raptors, owls, boreal species, ducks, and common loons. Jeff will comment on his photo equipment, field techniques, and favorite Adirondack places. (one hour)
(2) Nature Close to Home
A multimedia show of photography with music featuring nature within a couple of hours drive of Jeff's home in northeastern NY. See intimate portraits of birds, wildlife, wildflowers, and scenery, and other nature subjects from the Adirondacks, Catskills, Vermont, and the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys. (this program designed especially for community centers, assisted and independent living activities) . Jeff will comment on his photography adventures close to home. (45 minutes)
For over twenty-five years, Jeff Nadler has photographed birds, wildlife, and other nature subjects in the Adirondacks, the northeast and beyond. His photography and written articles have appeared in Cornell's Living Bird, Bird Watcher's Digest, Adirondack Life magazine, Adirondac (ADK), Kaatskill Life, the Adirondack Explorer, NY State Conservationist, and in numerous regional nature books. Jeff is the feature photographer for all color and many black and white photos in the book, Adirondack Birding: 60 Great Places to Find Birds. Conservation organizations across the U.S. and Canada using Jeff's avian photos include the Boreal Songbird Initiative, National Audubon Society, American Birding Association, Wildlife Conservation Society U.S. and Canada, Audubon NY, NRDC, the Biodiversity Research Institute, the U.S. Forest Service, NY State Department of Environmental Conservation, and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.