This program highlights some of the natural wonders, diversity, beauty, and contrasts of Costa Rica. This small country is a paradise for nature lovers and biologists, and for photographers. It illustrate how the mountains and volcanoes separating the coastal areas lead to microclimates ranging from very wet to very dry, and from tropical to sub-alpine, and some of the flora and fauna characteristic of each. The program is not a recitation of species, but is a narrative of some of the findings and experiences encountered in the preparation of a photo-based book.
Speaker: Doug Goodell
Doug is a Ridgewood resident, photographer and author, and a frequent exhibitor and lecturer in the northern New Jersey region. Past exhibits have focused on studies of birds, the Mayan jungle, and China. This exhibit is the result of an 8-year exploration of the many aspects of Costa Rica
Bagels and coffee are available at a nominal fee.
FREE and open to the public
Registration not required
For further information, please contact Norm Cohen, at 845-623-7606 or Myrna Arin at email@example.com
Programs funded in part by the County of Rockland and the Rockland County Office for the Aging