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Greystone Nature Festival presents Merlin Tuttle

Posted on Jul 12, 2016

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Greystone Nature Festival presents Merlin Tuttle

Merlin Tuttle is an ecologist, conservationist and wildlife photographer who has studied and photographed bats worldwide for more than 50 years. His work has been featured in the world’s most prestigious publications, including Science, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, and five articles in National Geographic. He has lectured from Harvard and Princeton to the Smithsonian and British Museum. Recent international lectures have ranged from South Africa and Bulgaria to Brunei, Cambodia and Taiwan. His spectacular photography has formed a firm foundation for conservation efforts worldwide, he also founded and led Bat Conservation International for 30 years. To learn more of his current work and see Merlin’s photography go to www.merlintuttle.org or read his latest book, “The Secret Lives of Bats; My Adventures with the World’s Most Misunderstood Mammals.”

Join us for a Merlin Tuttle presentation and book signing. Local ecologists and conservationists will also be supplying knowledge on bats, birds, butterflies, bees and more. Plenty of great activities for families and folks of all ages. Tickets available NOW!

August 27, 2016 from Noon – Midnight at Greystone Preserve, 8531 Bear Lake Road, Fredonia NY 14063 Phone: 716-792-7899