Date: Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm. Doors open at 6:30pm
Ages: Adults, tweens and teens.
Cost: $8 online before February 27th; $10 at the door if space remains
Location: Newsbank Conference Center | 352 Main Street, Chester
Join us for "Birds, Butterflies, Backyards, and Beyond with Bryan Pfeiffer" on the evening of March 1st in Chester!
The American backyard is a crucible of culture and nature. Whether we grill out there, mow a lawn, or grow a garden, the backyard is a destination and a retreat — for us and for wildlife. With vivid images from nature and tales from the frontiers of wildlife science, naturalist and writer Bryan Pfeiffer will present a fresh view of the wild outside our homes. Bryan will offer practical advice for creating wildlife habitat in the yard and developing a wildlife ethic on a warming planet. You may be shocked to learn what’s flying around back there.
About Bryan Pfeiffer
A writer and field biologist, Bryan explores the wild places where people and nature converge. His essays have appeared in The New York Times, Aeon Magazine, Orion, Northern Woodlands, Field & Stream and many other places. When he’s not chasing nature, Bryan teaches writing to graduate students in the natural sciences at the University of Vermont. Otherwise he has been (or still is) a bread baker, a pot washer, a firefighter, a nature guide, a videographer, a beat reporter and a consulting biologist chasing birds and insects. Find Bryan among friends at the diner in Montpelier, Vermont, or on his blog.