Wildlife Photographer Larry Master on His Work in the Adirondacks

Wildlife photographer Larry Master loves to travel the world, but some of his favorite photographs of nature are in the Adirondacks where he visited his grandparents as a kid and where he retired after his career as a chief zoologist with The Nature Conservancy.
An exhibit of a few dozen of his many amazing photographs has opened at the Adirondack History Museum in Elizabethtown. Master’s exhibit has photos of birds large and small and many other critters including bobcats & squirrels, foxes & bears, a marten & ermine, and a beautiful giant swallowtail butterfly that will all be on display until October.
Larry Master will give a talk about his photos at a special gallery celebration July 12th and then a lecture on conservation photography coming up on July 25th.

Learn more: www.adkhistorycenter.org