Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 7:00:00 PM Lakeside Nature Center 4701 E. Gregory Blvd., Kansas City, MO

Continuing our tradition of helping a local non-profit organization with our Photo Walk assets, this year we are going to focus our evening (and lenses) on Lakeside Nature Center. They provide care for injured Missouri wildlife, with over 100 hands-on volunteers providing support for wildlife rehabilitation, education, and conservation activities. Rehabilitation of thousands of native animals and birds is accomplished by specially trained staff and volunteers who are instructed by volunteer veterinarians. Late spring is when the center sees many baby animals brought in for rehabilitation. Besides the animal rehabilitation, Lakeside Nature Center has many educational exhibits, and several nature trails.

After the photowalk we will post our best images to a website. Lakeside Nature Center will select the prize-winning photo. The photos become available to the nonprofit to use as they see fit in their marketing and promotion (with the provision that our members can use their own photos in their portfolios).

Don't forget we will draw for the Creative Cloud annual subscription in the raffle drawing and you must be present to win!

Lakeside Nature Center is located in Swope Park, close to the Zoo at 4701 East Gregory, Kansas City, MO 64132

See you Tuesday night, June 5, at 7:00 pm!
Buck and Jim

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