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The Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relations (ISHAR), and the fine arts/studio art program, will host a community-wide lecture by Edward Spera on Thursday (February 10) at 7:30 p.m. in Regis South.  The talk and slideshow are free and open to the public.

Spera is renowned for his ability to create wildlife images of exquisite beauty and insightful detail.  He works around the world with local people, and he uses his skills to galvanize art patrons to support wildlife conservation efforts.  This will be a unique opportunity to meet someone who works effectively at the forefront of the conservation movement.

For more information, call the ISHAR office at Ext. 2770, or click here.

Submitted by: Michael Noonan, PhD, professor; animal behavior, ecology & conservation