FCAS Presents

JJ Audubon

"The gay bunting erects his white crest, and gives utterance to the joy he feels in the presence of his brooding mate; the willow grouse on the rock crows his challenge aloud; each floweret, chilled by the night air, expands its pure petals; the gentle breeze shakes from the blades of grass the heavy dewdrops."

J. J. Audubon, engraved by H. B. Hall, based on a painting by Henry Inman. Engraving from The Life of John James Audubon, the Naturalist, edited by his widow. New York: G. P. Putnams' Sons, 1894.

"Helping Wildlife Survive"

Presented by Perry Conway

Photographer, Conservation Educator, and Animal Advocate

Thursday, Nov. 12
Fort Collins Senior Center
1200 Raintree Dr
Fort Collins, CO

Social Time: 7 p.m.; Program 7:30 p.m.

"Long-eared Owl" by Perry Conway.

Perry Conway, photographer, animal advocate, and conservation educator, will be filling us with facts as well as inspiring and entertaining us with his multimedia program that includes his own photography, music, and narration.

For over 30 years, he has devoted his technical, emotional, and artistic energy to "conservation with a camera." He creates photographic images that make a visual statement about the value of wildlife and wild places.

His life focus blends with the FCAS mission statement: “To promote the appreciation, conservation, and restoration of ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife through education, participation, stewardship, and advocacy."

Join us on Nov. 12 at the Senior Center for this evening dedicated to “Helping Wildlife Survive.” This program is open to the public.