Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Attracting Wildlife for Nature Photography next NHCC Program April 9th

Attracting Wildlife for Nature Photography is a 45 minute program featuring photographs choreographed to music with a fun narration. The program suggests native plants, water features, trees and shrubs that can be planted to make your yard more attractive to wildlife. Create a wildlife haven full of photographic subjects that you can enjoy all year.

Gail Hansche Godin is an award-winning nature photographer with a special passion for birds. A life-long naturalist, Gail’s passion is taking portraits of wildlife. She has been published in Massachusetts Wildlife and National Wildlife magazine. Gail has won numerous awards in international photography competitions. The purpose of her work is to use her photographs to encourage people to conserve habitat for future generations. If we all do our part to conserve habitat we can continue to enjoy these beautiful creatures that share their world with us.

Gail lives in Central Massachusetts and presents programs throughout New England. Gail presents multi-media programs combining images, music and narration for both education and entertainment. Programs range from narratives about bird behavior to traveling the Inside Passage of Alaska. Check out the programs available for your group today at http://www.featherfotos.com/

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