Join guest speaker Judy Kramer to learn about what makes local Wildflowers special, and how you can identify them.
Saturday, March 6th 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
In this informative, virtual talk, learn how what we enjoy about flowers—scent, shape, lines, color patterns, etc.— can be used to identify flowers, and how these features help the flowers attract vital pollinators.
About the speaker:
Judy is a local, award-wining nature photographer living in Palo Alto. She is a past president of the Palo Alto Camera Club and is now a member of Gallery House on California Avenue in Palo Alto. Her work has been published in three books and seen in various local venues. Organizations that use her photos include the California Native Plant Society, Peninsula Open Space Trust, North American Nature Photography Association, and Environmental Volunteers.
She has always loved wildflowers, whether hiking in the Sierra, the Rockies, or here at home. So when she started her serious photography life in 2005, it was a priority to learn to take close-ups of wildflowers and their pollinators. You can see many samples of her wildflower photography on her web site, www.earthwitnessphoto.com.
*All photos by Judy Kramer.