A photographic tour of the Great Pacific Flyway, through the Sacramento Valley. This isn’t a bird watching program, nor a review of all the species that travel the Flyway, but is an intimate view through a photographer’s lens of some of the amazing birds that migrate through the Sacramento Valley along the Great Pacific Flyway, as well as some of the birds that call this their permanent home. Witness the four seasons and learn why the Sacramento Valley is such a critical part of the Great Pacific Flyway.
*Program may be canceled if minimum registration is not met
A Walk on the Wild Side
Speaker: Michele Dodge
Date: Wednesday, June 7
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Price: Member: $40 / Non-member $45
Age range: Family-friendly (Adult Oriented)
About the Instructor: Michele Dodge
Michele is a wildlife photographer and wildlife field rescuer that lives in Fair Oaks. She is an accomplished photographer, and has won several awards and accolades for her wildlife photos, which are also used by several of the area rescue groups in their newsletters and promotional materials. A perpetual student of animals and Nature, she also volunteers with several licensed wildlife rehabilitation organizations including Gold Country Wildlife Rescue and Sierra Wildlife Rescue, and has rescued many different animals from raptors to mammals, which gives her some unique insights into animal behavior.