Migrants, Here and There, Intimate Encounters with Birds of Passage.

For Immediate Release:                                                            Contact Information:
March 31, 2011                                                                            Mardi Dickinson/Kymry Group
Press Release or PSA                                                                 203 846-0359

Canada Warbler, Wilsonia canadensis, spring migrant, Crane Creek SP, Ohio

The Kymry Group is please to announce that Townsend P. Dickinson is re~launching his well regarded lecture series starting with “Migrants, Here and There, Intimate Encounters with Birds of Passage™.” Townsend is known for his breathtaking photographs of the natural world. A must see lecture! If you are interested in Townsend speaking at your next organization or corporate meeting, Please contact the Kymry Group at the above information for his schedule & fees.

Migrants, Here and There, Intimate Encounters with Birds of Passage.

Are you ready for spring migration? We hope you are, if not this photo talk will help get the juices flowing. Townsend Dickinson will take us on a visual odyssey, venturing to productive birding areas in the Americas, to experience birds on migration. He will share intimate photos of life forms whose world can be virtually hemispheric. The focus will be mostly warblers and other songbirds, with a smattering of other species. His photographs depict real birds; the intent is to capture a feel for a bird of passage, coping with the daily challenges in the life of a migrant.

Townsend has been chasing bird migrants with a camera for over forty years. It has been a driven, long-term quest, which has yielded occasional seconds of blessed opportunity, here and there, to create these compelling images.

Black-throated Blue Warbler, breeding plumage male, Dendroica caerulescens, spring migrant, Crane Creek State Park, Ohio

Townsend Dickinson is currently a photo consultant specializing in professional educational and natural history photography and lives in Connecticut with his wife Mardi and cat Willy. He has been in the professional photography industry for 40 years. He recently left a photo management position at McGraw-Hill Education to start his consultancy. He has worked in the past with several major stock photography sources. He is also an accomplished natural history photographer and he has had hundreds of photos published worldwide, including National Audubon Society’s “Field Guide to Fossils”, sole photographer, Audubon Magazine,  National Geographic, Natural History, Newsweek, and Time magazines.

Townsend is a founding member of NANPA (North America Nature Photography Association) and was National President of the ASPP (American Society of Picture Professionals). He has written for photo many trade publications and has presented a number of photography lectures + keynotes for many corporations and organizations.

Blackburnian Warbler (Dendroica fusca) male, spring migrant, foraging in forest along Lake Erie, viewed from boardwalk at Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, Oak Harbor, Ohio

About Kymry

Welcome to the KymryGroup™. We will be showcasing photography by several different photographers with a look in time from 1922 to the present. Share Business, Marketing, Podcasting, Technology of Photography. Including adventures in the birding world and many other interesting insights and observations along the way.
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