54th Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Experience the wonders of nature through the lenses of award-winning photographers from around the world. 54th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition showcases a global selection of outstanding nature photography. Each photo is presented in a huge backlit display with a caption exploring the image’s compelling story.

54th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Royal BC Museum

February 15 – March 24, 2019

Experience the wonders of nature through the lenses of award-winning photographers from around the world. 54th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition showcases a global selection of outstanding nature photography. Each photo is presented in a huge backlit display with a caption exploring the image’s compelling story. Travelling from London’s Natural History Museum, this exhibition takes viewers on a visual journey around the world, bringing the talent and vision of each photographer closer to all who visit. The images evoke a wide range of emotions but are always visually stunning and thought-provoking. A family favourite.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London.

More info and ticket links at: https://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/visit/exhibitions/wpty2018

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54th Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Royal BC Museum

54th Wildlife Photographer of the Year

February 15 – March 24, 2019

54th Wildlife Photographer of the YearExperience the wonders of nature through the lenses of award-winning photographers from around the world. 54th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition showcases a global selection of outstanding nature photography. Each photo is presented in a huge backlit display with a caption exploring the image’s compelling story. Travelling from London’s Natural History Museum, this exhibition takes viewers on a visual journey around the world, bringing the talent and vision of each photographer closer to all who visit. The images evoke a wide range of emotions but are always visually stunning and thought-provoking. A family favourite.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London.

More info and ticket links at: https://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/visit/exhibitions/wpty2018

Visit the Natural History Museum – London on Twitter

 

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An Evening With Elephants

An Evening with Elephants Sunday, August 12th 7 pm Help us celebrate World Elephant Day at the Robert Bateman Centre. Learn about elephant conservation and the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants in a special presentation by World Elephant Day founder, Patricia Sims.

An Evening with Elephants Sunday, August 12th 7 pm Help us celebrate World Elephant Day at the Robert Bateman Centre. Learn about elephant conservation and the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants in a special presentation by World Elephant Day founder, Patricia Sims.

Event includes the award-winning 30-minute documentary Return to the Forest narrated by William Shatner.

Admission is $10 with proceeds benefiting World Elephant Day and the Bateman Foundation TRBC Members: Free

Location: The Robert Bateman Centre, 470 Belleville St. Victoria BC

Patricia Sims World Elephant Day Founder, Conservationist, Filmmaker Patricia Sims is the founder of World Elephant Day, the global awareness campaign that brings attention to the critical threats facing elephants. A passionate and dedicated conservationist, Patricia launched World Elephant Day with the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation, an initiative of HM Queen Sirikit of Thailand, on August 12, 2012. Since that time Patricia has led and managed the annual World Elephant Day campaign, which has participants in over 50 countries and is recognized by over 100 wildlife organizations.

Now in its sixth year, the annual World Elephant Day campaign reaches millions of people across the globe through events, public awareness, and social media outreach. Patricia is also the founder of World Elephant Society.

Admission: $10

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