Nature Up Close with Jack Laws

Posted on Wednesday 13 May 2009

Exploring a Sense of Place is excited to present an evening with Jack Laws, a naturalist, educator and artist.

You are guaranteed to leave this evening feeling inspired.

Monday, November 30
6:45 – 7 p.m. Registration & Refreshments
7 – 9 p.m. Program
Conexions Center, 1023 Corporation Way, Palo Alto, CA 94303
$20 advance registration (by Nov. 23),
$25 at the door,
$5 discount for Conexions members.
Space is limited.

Naturalist, educator and artist John (Jack) Muir Laws delights in exploring the natural world and sharing this love with others. He has worked as an environmental educator for over 25 years in California, Wyoming, and Alaska. He is trained as a wildlife biologist and is a research associate of the California Academy of Sciences. His illustrations capture the feeling of the living plant or animal, while also including details critical for identification. He teaches classes on natural history, conservation biology, scientific illustration, and field sketching.

His most recent book, The Laws Guide to the Sierra Nevada, is an illustrated field guide to more than 1,700 species of plants and animals and is beautifully illustrated with 2,710 original watercolor paintings. This is a compact book designed to help you quickly identify what you find. We will have the book available at this event.

To register:

Register ONLINE by clicking on one of the options below.

Note: Online registrations are processed by PayPal via Conexions. PayPal account is not necessary.

REGISTRATION – Conexions non-member, for the Evening ($20)
REGISTRATION – Conexions member for the Evening ($15 each)

payment-and-order-form (and fax or mail).

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