Photographer focused on animal attraction

Photographer focused on animal attraction

To speak at FLC about value of interactions with wildlife
“Embracing a wolf is an encounter that few people experience,” says wildlife photographer Robert Winslow from his La Plata County home. He moved to the area in 1981 and has worked freelance ever since.
Robert Winslow, who will speak March 14 at Fort Lewis College, has traveled the world to take photos of wildlife. These shots hang on the wall of his La Plata County home.
Robert Winslow has spent much of his career getting close to animals. At the Earthfire Institute in Idaho, where he is a frequent visitor, tour participants touch wolves, lynx and mountain lions and look them in the eye.
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Wildlife photographer Robert Winslow will speak about the connection between humans and other living creatures during the weekly Life-Long Lecture Series at 7 p.m. March 14 in Noble Hall’s Room 130 at Fort Lewis College. The talk is called “Animal

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Photographer focused on animal attraction

“Embracing a wolf is an encounter that few people experience,” says wildlife photographer Robert Winslow from his La Plata County home. He moved to the area in 1981 and has worked freelance ever since.
Robert Winslow, who will speak March 14 at Fort Lewis College, has traveled the world to take photos of wildlife. These shots hang on the wall of his La Plata County home.
Robert Winslow has spent much of his career getting close to animals. At the Earthfire Institute in Idaho, where he is a frequent visitor, tour participants touch wolves, lynx and mountain lions and look them in the eye.
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