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Friday, September 13 • 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Field trip, Point Pinos: Improve Live Drawing and Color Perception Skills FULL

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Catherine draws on her 30 years of observation and teaching experience to tailor instruction to each participant's experience and needs, with emphases on improving live drawing skills and color perception. Come walk, look, and paint, furthering your individual approaches and techniques. Local naturalist extraordinaire David Wimpheimer will help guide the group's discoveries. Point Pinos has been a favorite area for birders for many decades. The rocky and sandy beach here are habitat for turnstone, oystercatcher and other shorebirds while cormorants perch on the dramatic rocks along the shore. Crespi Pond may offer ducks or other waterbirds while the adjacent cypresses provide cover for warblers, flycatchers and other land birds.

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David Wimpfheimer

The California Naturalist
David Wimpheimer is a naturalist and a biologist with a passion for the birds and natural history of the West. During his twenty years of expeditions, he has led numerous local classes for the Point Reyes Field Institute, Marin Agricultural Land Trust and the California Academy of... Read More →
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Catherine Hamilton

Catherine Hamilton began drawing at age two, and began birding at age seven with her father. She started her first birding sketchbook at that time. Mysteriously, her parents encouraged both art and birding, and today she melds those two pursuits into her career. She has been a professional... Read More →

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