Date: 1/23/19 1:17 pm
From: William Bevil <william.bevil...>
Subject: [cobirds] Upcoming Presentations in Denver & Fort Collins

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Hello everyone,

Wanted to let you know about an upcoming program(s) that might be of
interest to the community...

Award-winning photographer *Noppadol Paothong* will present the
extraordinary story of life, natural history and the unique spring
courtship behaviors of sage-grouse that he's captured for the last 17 years
through stunning visuals. In his latest book *Sage Grouse, Icon of the West*
<>, Noppadol strives to
rescue grassland grouse from the brink of extinction by sharing what we
stand to lose if these species disappear. He hopes to increase the
understanding of its value and plight, and encourage discussion about
conservation in ways that will benefit all – humans and wildlife – that
live in and near sage-grouse habitat. Noppadol will share his amazing
photographs that depict the dazzling beauty of sage-grouse species whose
populations are diminishing across the prairies and plains of America.
He'll also explore conservation efforts underway to conserve these species
for future generations to enjoy. *Book sale & signing follows presentation*

Noppadol is providing this presentation twice, in Fort Collins and Denver.
Here are links for each specific event:
Fort Collins (@ Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House
<> - Feb 11,
Denver (@ Denver Museum of Nature & Science)
- Feb 12, 2019

These programs are offered in collaboration with Denver Museum of Nature &
Science <>, with promotional support from Audubon
Denver <>and Audubon Rockies
<>. The Fort Collins presentation is generously
sponsored by Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop <>
in Fort Collins. *THANK YOU to our program partners and supporters!*

If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free
to reach out: William Bevil <william.bevil...>
(Communications Manager, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies) 970-482-1707 x30

Thank you & hope you can make it!


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