Prince Edward Island gone wild: photography by Sean Landsman

December 27, 2016    January Meeting Notice

Sean Landsman is the featured speaker at Nature PEI’s November meeting on Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017. The title of his presentation is “Prince Edward Island gone wild: photography by Sean Landsman”.  Sean is by trade a fisheries biologist and PhD student at the University of Prince Edward Island, but is also an accomplished photographer who specializes in natural settings, landscape, and outdoor recreation photography.

Sean will show us a selection of his photography from across Prince Edward Island, highlighting different ecosystems, wildlife, and seasons across the island. Sean also takes photography to the sky with drone technology, and to the waters with an underwater camera and lens. He has captured PEI’s beautiful dunes from the sky, and the behavior of brook trout in the water, both perspectives Islanders are not usually able to enjoy.

Sean invites us to “Join me for a whirlwind, visual trip through nature on PEI. We’ll fly over forests and swim through rivers. Walk across beaches and hike through marshes. We’ll take a secretive look at some of the National Park’s furred visitors, watch eels feed in the estuaries, and play “voyeur” with spawning brook trout. I look forward to seeing you there!”

We encourage everyone to join us on Tuesday, January 3rd 2017, 7:30PM in the Southport Room at the Stratford Town Hall, 234 Shakespeare Drive.  Enter through the main doors.  Admission is free and all are welcome.

DIRECTIONS: If coming over the Hillsborough Bridge, turn left at the second traffic light and follow past the Petrocan until you see the large Town Hall on the right. It is easy to find.

If coming from the east on Rte 1, turn right in Stratford at the first light.

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