Teton Talks – Lessons from the Land is a biweekly online presentation on Fridays from 4-5pm, featuring some great speakers.
On Friday, May 1st, we will feature Michael Forsberg, photographer and conservationist, who was last year’s Crane Festival keynote speaker. He will share his presentation “On Ancient Wings – The Sandhill Cranes of North America.”
Please sign up by 5pm on Thursday 4/30. Attendees will receive an email with instructions for joining the online event.
Michael Forsberg is a Nebraska native whose 25-year career as a photographer and conservationist has been dedicated to wildlife and conservation. His images have been featured in publications including Audubon, National Geographic, Nature Conservancy, and Outdoor Photographer magazines. Mike is the author and photographer of On Ancient Wings – The Sandhill Cranes of North America self-published in 2005. His fine art prints are in public and private collections, and his solo exhibitions have traveled nationwide. In 2017, Mike received the Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography from the Sierra Club in Washington DC, and the Environmental Impact Award from the North American Nature Photography Association. Also, in 2017 his image of Sandhill Cranes on the Platte River was selected to illustrate USPS’s Forever stamp celebrating Nebraska’s 150 years of statehood. He is a senior fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers and is represented by National Geographic Creative. He lives in Lincoln, Nebraska with his family, a cat, and three unruly dogs. To learn more about Michael, visit his website.
Michael will do a Q&A following his presentation