5 FEBRUARY 2008
Charles Sturt University's (CSU) Associate Professor David Watson will take visitors on a personal journey into a world of vivid colours and fleeting glimpses. He will share his experiences with the unique and fragile biodiversity of Latin America’s rainforests in a public presentation in Albury on Monday 11 February. Professor Watson, a leading researcher with the University’s Institute for Land, Water and Society (ILWS), is an ecologist and avid photographer who has travelled extensively through Central America to study the plants and animals of these forests. The free presentation, which starts at 5.30pm in the Albury Library Museum, will be followed by light refreshments. The event is part of an exhibition of Professor Watson’s forest photographs in the Albury Library Museum. Entitled Estudios del bosque: studies of the forest, the exhibition is hosted by CSU and Albury City from Monday 11 January to Sunday 24 February.
Wes Ward, 02 6051 9906