Free: Lecture Series 2022-2023: Exploring the World of Bird Photography with Alyssa Bueno (11/16)

11/16/2022 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM ET


  • Free


Our 2022-2023 Lecture Series comes into focus this month with an online talk on bird photography by our first speaker of the season, Alyssa Bueno! Ever since attending her first Feminist Bird Club walk in 2019, Alyssa (she/her) has been absolutely enthralled in the world of birds and photography, and relishes any opportunity to offer tips to budding shutterbugs on how to take better bird photos.


Alyssa currently teaches bird photography and shares resources on how to take ethical photos on her Instagram. She is also a Master’s student at Queens College studying tidal marsh birds, which include the Saltmarsh Sparrow. Alyssa’s lecture will cover beginner photography tips, how to photograph birds in urban parks, and ethical photography.


Registration required. Free.


This series is made possible by the support of Claude and Lucienne Bloch.


Image Descriptions:

Left: Image of a Northern Parula on a leafy plant. The bird is bent down with its head among the leaves. Its beak is obscured but its yellow back and bluish-gray covert feathers are visible. Photo: Alyssa Bueno

Right: Photo of Alyssa standing in the middle of a grassy field, smiling at the camera. She is wearing a tan explorer hat and glasses. She is also wearing binoculars and holding a clipboard and speaker, which are mostly out of frame. Photo: Alyssa Bueno

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