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Wild Critter Adventures - Great Horned OwlThe “Wild Critter Adventures” photography exhibit features photos and video a variety of different wildlife behaviors and images taken by Ed and Cindy Boos and will be on display in the meeting room at Macon County Public Library throughout the month of September. Critters displayed include mammals such as grizzly, bears, lions, Jackals, and bobcats. Many species of birds are also included in the exhibit from several Florida birding hot spots, Bosque del Apache in New Mexico, Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in Utah, Yellowstone National Park and locations in Kenya.

A program will be held Monday, September 21 at 7:00pm in the meeting room of Macon County Public Library hosted by the Franklin Bird Club.

Ed and Cindy Boos 

Wild Critter Adventures - BobcatSince retirement from Polk County Schools, Florida in 2004, Ed and Cindy have acquired a passion for wildlife photography.  They currently reside in Scaly Mountain, NC and St Petersburg, FL. There primary focus is capturing avian and other wildlife behaviors. They have traveled to many locations throughout the United States and Canada in pursuit of their photography interests. 

With Ed’s primary focus on still photography and Cindy’s on video photography, they have developed wildlife programs for presentation to birding groups in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. They are members of the St. Petersburg Audubon and the Highlands Plateau Audubon Societies.