Program on Photographing Nature at Plymouth Bluff Center

Sunday at the Bluff

January 24 at 2 o’clock Plymouth Bluff Center 2200 Old West Point Road, Columbus, Mississippi.

“Photographing Nature in the Golden Triangle” presented by Dr. William S. (Bill) Parker MUW Professor Emeritus of Biology.

Various furry, feathered, and scaly things of nature have been captured [with the camera] at some very special places in the Golden Triangle, including Plymouth Bluff, White’s Slough, and the Noxubee Wildlife Refuge.

During the past 30 years or so, Dr. Parker has spent more time on the trails at Plymouth Bluff than any other naturalist and has accumulated a large file of interesting photographs of plants and animals taken through the seasons.

His (Power-Point) slide presentation, with comments, will include a selection from these photos, along with others from White’s Slough near Columbus and the Noxubee Refuge. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sunday at the Bluff programs are sponsored by Mississippi University for Women Plymouth Bluff Center and are open to the public at no charge

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