Meeting Program – Wetlands Food Chain by Mike Blair
January 21, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
A wetlands area like Kansas’ Cheyenne Bottoms is among the world’s most dynamic habitats. This new film explores wildlife interrelationships from microscopic animals to apex predators, filmed mostly at Cheyenne Bottoms, and how they depend upon each other for survival.
Mike Blair is a photographer/videographer with a passion for explaining the wonders of the Midwestern Outdoors.He’s been a wildlife communicator for most of his career. Blair holds a B.S. in Forest Management and M.S. in Entomology from University of Missouri-Columbia. Blair worked as a field forester for nine years before assuming duties as photographer/associate editor for Kansas Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism. Freelance photos and written articles include about 100 magazine titles, as well as a number of outdoor books including Prairie Chronicles and A Kansas Year. Retired since 2012,, Blair films and produces television broadcast material, mainly in his PBS series, Wild Edge, and also as a weekly contributor on a syndicated network program, Positively Kansas. He is currently engaged in a number of video projects for conservation organizations in Missouri and Kansas.