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Coral reef photo by Ian Shive

Refuge: America’s Wildest Places

Explore the National Wildlife Refuge System through the lens of award-winning nature photographer and filmmaker Ian Shive.

Refuge: America’s Wildest Places

Explore the National Wildlife Refuge System through the lens of award-winning nature photographer and filmmaker Ian Shive.

Coral reef photo by Ian Shive

@ianshivephoto

A book signing and cocktail hour will follow the presentation.

The National Wildlife Refuge System, the largest network of protected lands and waters in the world, preserves America’s natural habitats, from the rugged reaches of Kenai, Alaska, to the vibrant coral reefs of the Palmyra Atoll in the South Pacific.

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Refuge book cover

Shive, recipient of the Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography, will share his images of these landscapes and their wildlife from his new book Refuge: America’s Wildest Places [Earth Aware Editions; $50.00], which has been covered by The Wall Street Journal, CNN, The New York Times, and more. Witness the migratory birds of Midway Atoll and the golden prairies of the Rocky Flats during this illustrated lecture in the Aquarium’s Ocean Theater.

Ian Shive stands with a large nature photography camera on a tripod in tall grass in front of a lake and grassy hills

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Shive is the host and executive producer of Nature in Focus, a digital series on Discovery Channel, and the director and producer of Hidden Pacific, an IMAX 3D film that brings to life the vibrant marine national monuments at the far reaches of the Pacific Ocean. He is the author of several books, including The National Parks: An American Legacy. Shive is the founder and CEO of Tandem Stills + Motion, Inc.

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(562) 590-3100