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Wild World of Animals: Robinson’s Wildlife Lectures

Thursday July 6 @ 4:00 pm

An owl with orange eyes and light and dark brown feathers, facing the camera

Held outside. An educational and entertaining program providing examples of successful environmental efforts as well as the inspiration to solve the problems of today and the future.

The lectures always focus on positive environmental issues. While he does not downplay the negative impact that humans have on our environment, he feels that all too often students do not get a chance to hear about the positive things that we have accomplished.

Today’s media tends to focus on problems that we face and the harm that we cause, leaving students with a sense of hopelessness. Brian believes that providing students with examples of success in our environmental efforts and giving them a confident environmental outlook will provide students with the inspiration to solve the problems of today and the future.

About Bill Robinson’s Wild World of Animals

Established in 1968, Wildlife Lectures offers the highest quality wildlife programs that are both educational and entertaining. Bill and Brian Robinson are permanently certified teachers in the state of New York. With the use of live wildlife, they discuss the animals’ adaptations for survival and the importance of all wildlife in the balance of nature.

Bill is a wildlife educator, photographer, filmmaker, and writer who has appeared on shows such as Late Night with David Letterman, The Today Show, and Good Morning America. He has taught ornithology and biology at SUNY New Paltz for over ten years.

This is a non-credit course.


Thursday July 6
4:00 pm
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North Chatham Free Libary
(518) 766-3211

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