Don't miss the opportunity to get the latest updates and see fascinating footage! See a showcase of Bermuda's biodiversity from Nonsuch Island and beyond through the lens of National Geographic photographer, David Liittschwager, and LookBermuda's J-P Rouja. Enjoy an evening filled with updates from the ongoing Nonsuch Expeditions including videos, photos, an update on this year's record setting cahow season, CahowCam highlights and a preview of their pilot Experiential STEAM program. Click here to read the latest Nonsuch Island Newsletter. www.nonsuchisland.com 5:30pm: Sushi Happy Hour at Harbourfront (specially-priced sushi) 6pm: Harbourfront opens for dinner 7:30pm: Lecture starts, Tradewinds Auditorium Members: $20; Non-members: $25 Students: $10. Tickets available by calling 294-0204 or visiting Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI. Ticket holders are entitled to 10% off dinner at the Harbourfront (food only) before or after the lecture. Please call 295-4207 for reservations and be sure to mention the lecture. Cannot be combined with any other special offers. David Liittschwager David Liittschwager is a contributing photographer toNational Geographic and other magazines. Liittschwager is also a successful book author. He has produced the books Skulls and X-Ray Ichthyology: The Structure of Fishes for the California Academy of Sciences. Liittschwager's books in collaboration with Susan Middleton include Archipelago, Remains of a Rainbow, Witness, and Here Today. His latest book is A World in One Cubic Foot portraits of biodiversity. Recipient of an Endangered Species Coalition Champion Award for Education and Outreach and a Bay & Paul Foundation Biodiversity Leadership Award, Liittschwager lectures and shows his work in both fine art and natural history contexts. His photographs have been exhibited at many museums, including the American Museum of Natural History in New York City; the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C.; the Honolulu Academy of Art in Hawaii; and currently at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.
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