Neil Solomon – “The Woodpeckers of North America”
April 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Please join us for our interesting monthly program and refreshments. There is a social period beginning at 6:30 pm with the meeting and program getting under way promptly at 7:00 pm.
There are 217 woodpecker species worldwide. The Picidae family of Woodpeckers, Flickers, and Sapsuckers contains 23 species known to live and breed in North America. The 23 species live in habitats ranging from the desert to the mountain forests. Although these species share many of the same characteristics, each is unique in it’s own way. During this presentation, you will learn more about these characteristics and see images of these amazing birds.
This is Neil’s 13th PAS Presentation. Neil has been photographing birds for 20+ years. His travels in search of birds to photograph, have taken him from Patagonia and the Falklands in the South, to Alaska and Arctic Norway in the North, and many locations between. His favorite shooting locations are probably the far North and Central/South America. The last few years he has been concentrating on photographing birds in flight. You can see his images on his website www.nsolomonphoto.com
Mark your Calendars! This will be a fantastic presentation!