Puget Sound Bird Fest photography exhibit in Edmonds

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Pileated woodpecker
Photo courtesy Edmonds Arts Commission
Now through September 19th, the photography exhibit commemorating the annual Puget Sound Bird Fest in Edmonds, September 15-17, is on display at the Edmonds Library and the Frances Anderson Center’s (FAC) Edmonds Art Commission (EAC) Display Case.

The exhibit features the work of Edmonds photographers Bill Anderson and Terry Olmsted. Highlighting this year’s festival theme, the EAC Display Case features images of several breeds of Woodpeckers found in the Northwest.

The Edmonds Library exhibit features images of various birds that inhabit the Edmonds area.

The Puget Sound Bird Fest is a yearly celebration of birds and nature found along the Edmonds shoreline. 

The popular three-day event includes speakers, guided walks, land and water-based field trips, exhibits, and educational activities for children and adults.

Plan to spend the weekend in Edmonds, birding and meeting other birders, naturalists, photographers, and people engaged in fascinating bird research projects.

Edmonds Library hours are Monday-Thursday 9 am to 8 pm, Friday 9 am to 6 pm, Saturday 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday 1 to 5 pm. 650 Main St, Edmonds 98020.


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