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Where The Wild Things Are

  • October 17, 2024
  • 7:00 pm

Join us on October 17 at 7:00PM for a captivating evening with Vincent Musi, a celebrated National Geographic photographer with over 30 years of experience documenting our evolving planet. From the vibrant landscapes of Route 66 to the intense life at the base of active volcanoes and into the ancient catacombs housing Sicilian mummies, Vincent’s career has spanned a breathtaking array of subjects and locations.

This talk will highlight his acclaimed work on animal cognition, especially featured in the National Geographic Magazine cover story “Inside Animal Minds” from March 2008. Vincent will share fascinating insights into the emotional and communicative capacities of birds, apes, dolphins, and dogs, illuminated by his deep studies and vibrant photography. With his distinctive dry humor, he will also take us on a tour of the world's most unusual pets and share entertaining stories from his project "The Year of the Dogs."

Prepare to be amused and amazed as Vincent blends humor with scientific insight, offering a new perspective on the cognitive world of animals. This engaging presentation will not only entertain but also deepen your appreciation for the complex inner lives of the animal kingdom, particularly our closest companions, dogs.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see the world through the lens of a master storyteller and photographer who has spent decades capturing the heart and soul of both human and animal subjects across the globe.

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