Photographer to talk about international project in Highlands

Clay Bolt, an award-winning natural history photographer, will be at the Highlands Nature Center at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25. He will share the story of how he created an international photography project called “Meet Your Neighbours.” MYN is a global initiative that reveals wildlife living among people in extraordinary ways, but that are often overlooked and undervalued. Bolt often partners with organizations, including the Nature Conservancy, to highlight environmental issues. www.meetyourneighbours.org or 828.586.2221 or www.wcu.edu/hbs.

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