Enjoy a prelude to summer and a photographic tour of a special place, with a multimedia presentation featuring the wild creatures, wildflowers, and majestic scenery of Waterton Park, from bears to beargrass, birds to butterflies, and open meadows to mountain panoramas.
Presented by Ian Wilson and Jacinthe Lavoie, authors of Waterton Wild and Wildflowers of Waterton Park. After the presentation, Ian and Jacinthe welcome questions about Waterton Park and will have autographed books available.
Ian Wilson has spent many years exploring and photographing northern Canada. His photographs have appeared in many books and magazine across the country. His most recent books are Wildflowers of Banff Park, Wildflowers of Waterton Park, and Waterton Wild.
Ian has also written five bestselling outdoor adventure books. He is now pursuing his passion of photographing wildflowers, and sharing his knowledge with others at photography workshops in Waterton and Banff Parks. When he’s not wandering in the mountains, Ian lives in Canmore, Alberta.
Jacinthe Lavoie has been a flower-bug since her childhood days. With training as a researcher, she has observed and enjoyed nature through each season. Her most recent books are Wildflowers of Banff Park, Wildflowers of Waterton Park, and Waterton Wild.
Jacinthe has also written twelve educational books. She is now fulfilling her dream of writing about wildflowers, and sharing her knowledge with others at wildflower identification workshops in Waterton and Banff Parks. During the seasons when flowers are dormant, Jacinthe lives in Canmore, Alberta.
Waterton Wild is an intimate portrait of the wild creatures, wildflowers, and majestic scenery of Waterton Lakes National Park. Through vivid photographs and personal narrative, this 128-page hardcover book celebrates the beauty and natural wonders found in this special place. ISBN 978-0-9918155-2-4, hardcover, 128 colour pages.
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