Spend the afternoon honing your photography skills with noted wildlife photographer Maria Barnowl. Maria has degrees in Psychology and Zoology, with a focus on animal behavior. Her abiding love of animals and the environment has led her to work as a wildlife rescue-and-rehabilitator, veterinary assistant, geologic surveyor, wetland steward, and photographer. Maria strives to share her passion for our beautiful planet through her photographs. Learn more about Maria at http://www.mariabarnowl.com.
When: June 9th from 2-4pm
Where: Harbor History Museum (check-in and overview, then over to Austin Estuary for photography)
$25 for Non-Members
$10 for Members
You must RSVP by June 1st. You can do this by coming into the Museum, or by calling (253) 858-6722. The workshop can hold 12 attendees ages 12 and up.
All skill levels welcome
Bring your own camera (preferably with a variety of lenses and tripod suggested)