All are invited to the Thornhill Education Center at The Morton Arboretum this Thursday, June 7, 2018 from 7 until 9 pm, for a presentation by acclaimed author, artist and naturalist, Julie Zickefoose.
Baby birds are abundant this time of year, fluttering, chirping, squawking, and making their first attempts at flight. Julie has studied and sketched birds in their nest all the way through the growth cycle, and in her newest book, Baby Birds: An Artist Looks into the Nest, Julie chronicles that growth with her words and her art.
After her presentation, Julie will be available for signing copies of her books, and the books will also be available for purchase. Please click on one of the highlighted links to read more about Julie’s fascinating adventures in nature, or to listen to some of her commentaries on NPR.
This program is sponsored by the Nature Artists’ Guild of The Morton Arboretum and is open for all to attend. There is no charge for admission, parking, or entrance into the Arboretum for this special event. Non-members of the Arboretum should let the gate attendant know they are there for the program to be directed to Thornhill.