Live Webinar and Virtual Meeting
Thursday, February 25 - 7 p.m.
Topic: Introduction to Neotropical Birds

Hernando Audubon Society
Established 1959

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Spangled Tanager
Munguía, Naturalist and Nature Photographer
Wildstock Photography, Lakeland, FL

In addition to his work as a naturalist and photographer, Reinier serves as the President of the Lake Region Audubon Society and Eagle Watch Volunteer Coordinator.

His work has appeared in various publications including books, magazines, and scientific publications. In his spare time he leads photography workshops in exotic destinations including Galapagos, Costa Rica and Panama. He spends much of his time documenting wildlife and their struggles in our constantly changing environment.

About the Presentation:

More than 3,500 bird species of various shapes and dazzling colors make their homes in the neotropics. They have been in these zones for millions of years, evolving and diversifying in tune with their surroundings. The result is an undeniable diversity of birds occupying every niche from lowland rainforests to cloud forest and high altitude deserts.

Reinier's presentation will lead us on an exploration of this wonderful world.

Text adapted from material provided by the presenter.
All photos by courtesy of Reinier Munguía
Reinier Munguía
Emerald Toucanet
Scarlet Macaw
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