Warblers, Waders and Woodlands
Harvard University Master of Forest Science 2006
Join ecologist, photographer and natural history educator Brooks Mathewson as he presents his photography and shares the stories behind how he produced some of his favorite images, while also relating the fascinating natural history of his subjects.
Brooks holds a Master’s Degree in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Forest Science from Harvard University. Brooks’ research has been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and he has lectured on songbird migration, breeding bird biology, warbler ecology, and forest ecology at Harvard Forest, the Arnold Arboretum, Holy Cross, the Boston Nature Center, the Newton Free Library, and Ninigret and Sachuest National Wildlife Refuges. His photography has been published in magazines, scientific journals, textbooks, and field guides, and exhibited and sold at galleries, museums, Audubon Sanctuaries, and National Wildlife Refuges throughout New England. Visit http://avianartimages.com/ to see examples of Brooks’ avian photographic work.
This event is co-sponsored by the Newton Conservators, Green Decade Newton, and the Newton Free Library.