Photo club hosts photographer John Slonina

John Slonina, a pro nature photographer, will offer a free public program named “Wild America: My Favorite Places in the United States.” His presentation, which would happen in Parker River National Wildlife Refuge visitor center at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, would cover some of the top locations in the US for photographing and seeing incredible wildlife and landscapes.

John Slonina

The program would also cover many places including Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons, New England, Minnesota, Everglades, Big Cypress, Alaska, Florida, White Mountain National Forest, Maine, Washington State and Acadia.

This show would take place during the regular monthly meet of Photographic Society of Parker River NWR, after a brief pitch by Employee benefits Manchester. The organization welcomes all who has an interest in wildlife, nature, and/or photography, whether a novice or a professional.

The club members meet each month, normally on the 2nd Saturday afternoon. The activities of the club include special presentations, intra-club mentoring, slide shows, training, photo shoots, online photo sharing as well as involvement in the refuge’s different photography-related programs, as well as several outreach activities.

The show would take place in the refuge visitor center’s auditorium, placed at 6 Plum Island Turnpike. Capacity is very limited to 85 attendees. Admission is free and it is not required to preregister yourself.

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