Abundance in the Bay - Anomaly, Anachronism, or Wave of the Future
Please join us as award winning photographer, Jodi Frediani, takes us on a visual journey featuring a wide variety of Monterey Bay marine species. From the enormous, feeding blue whale down to the tiny krill they feed upon, she’ll also showcase humpback, gray and killer whales, fish, otters, birds, dolphins and much more. She’ll explore the anchovy explosion that took the Bay by surprise in 2013, with a look back at historical wildlife patterns, before over-fishing, whaling and loss of wetlands brought major changes to the magnificent Bay at our doorsteps.
Jodi Frediani is an award-winning Monterey Bay based photographer specializing in imagery of marine species. In addition to photographing wildlife in its many forms and habitats, Frediani is engaged in humpback whale research both in Monterey Bay and the Dominican Republic. She works closely with California Whale Rescue providing photographic back up for entangled whales, and has assisted the California Academy of Sciences and Long Marine Lab with photographic documentation of whales injured and killed by ship strikes.
From 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Patrick J. Fitz Wetlands Education Resource Center located at the top of Pajaro Valley High School at 500 Harkins Slough Road, Watsonville, CA, 95076.
Admission is free, but seating is limited so please reserve a seat.
|Event Date||05-14-2019 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||05-14-2019 8:30 pm|
|Location||Patrick J. Fitz Wetlands Educational Resource Center|