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Proctorsville resident talks about photographing local wildlife

Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m.—CAVENDISH—On Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m., noted photographer and Proctorsville resident Tim O’Donoghue will present a slideshow and talk about his wildlife photos. The presentation will take place at the Cavendish town office meeting room, 37 High Street in Cavendish.

O’Donoghue is an accomplished photographer, especially concentrating on all kinds of wildlife. He has been an avid outdoorsman since his youth, always curious about plants, animals and why they lived in particular places. That led to a degree in wildlife management from UConn and a career with the state parks division in Connecticut. After retirement he has pursued his passion as a wildlife photographer. Most of his pictures have been taken in Vermont, particularly in Cavendish. He will discuss how and where he got the shots and will also talk about the animals that live in our midst.

This is the latest in the Cavendish Community and Conservation Association’s Walk and Talk series of events. The series is designed to present topics of general ecological interest to the public in the Cavendish area. Anyone can attend, space permitting, and the presentation is free. For more information contact Robin Timko at 802-226-7736.


Photo by Tim O’Donoghue
Local photographer Tim O’Donoghue took this photo of a bobcat lounging on a rock. He will talk about his wildlife photos in a presentation on Tuesday.

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