On June 3 in Centre Hastings, the Quinte Woodlot Association will teach local landowners and nature lovers all about photography in the woods. This Annual General Meeting will include presentations and demonstrations on Trail Cameras, including how and where to set up to capture the action. The leader, Gary Pruner, is an experienced wildlife observer who often operates multiple Trail Camera units at a time.
Robert Bailey, well known photographer and instructor, will demonstrate how to achieve a professional quality photo in the forest with a handheld camera. Robert Bailey teaches photography classes at Loyalist College and judges photographic exhibitions.
After lunch, there will be on-site instruction in a lovely forest setting only a 15-minute drive from the indoor hall.
The event is open to everyone, and takes place on Saturday, June 3: registration is at 9:00 am and the presentation starts at 9:30 am. Lunch will be served, including a vegetarian option. The cost for OWA Members is $10.00 and for non-members is $25.00. The location is Moira Hall, 29 Carson Road (off Moira Road) in Centre
OWA members $10, non members $25 (lunch included)