The Amazing Adventures monthly lecture series runs from January through March and brings many corners of the world to our auditorium screen. Narrated by a local naturalist, researcher or explorer, these audio/visual presentations provide destination ideas, natural histories, and travel tips and insights to ignite the travel bug in us all. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for refreshments, the speaker’s presentation is 6 to 7 p.m. followed by questions and mingling. Admission is free for members and $10 for non-members and includes refreshments. Lecture title: “In Search of the Wild in the West: A Naturalist’s Perspective” given by: Randy McCormick. Lecture description: For four month’s during the summer of 2003 Randy McCormick wandered through some of the mountains and valleys that straddle America’s continental divide. His intention was to reconnect with some of the wild things and wild places that had won a place in his heart years before. What had, and had not, changed? Ride shotgun with him as he takes you on a panoramic journey through a landscape that offers a steady cascade of beauty, insight and most of all… perspective.
Rooker Bay Evironmental Learning Center
300 Tower Road, Naples, FL 34113