Kuebeck forum set for March 8

Join the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department for a rescheduled lecture on March 8 at 7 p.m. at
the Simpson Building.
This year’s first speaker for the "Kuebeck Forum on Nature and Environment" will be Jim
McCormac, author and lecturer with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
McCormac will be presenting Wild Ohio: The Best of our Natural Heritage. Based on a 2009 book authored by
Jim McCormac, with imagery by Gary Meszaros, this program is a photographic journey through the best
remaining places in the Buckeye State. From southern haunts bordering the Ohio River to lakeshore
habitats buffering Lake Erie, Ohio is filled with wild landscapes. The event will look at some of the
creatures and plants that make these sites so special, and the global role Ohio plays in conservation.

Tickets are $10 per person (cash or check) at the door.
For more information contact the Bowling Parks and Recreation Department naturalist staff, 419-353-0301
or visi t the website, www.bgohio.org.Join the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department for a
rescheduled lecture on March 8 at 7 p.m. at the Simpson Building.
This year’s first speaker for the "Kuebeck Forum on Nature and Environment" will be Jim
McCormac, author and lecturer with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
McCormac will be presenting Wild Ohio: The Best of our Natural Heritage. Based on a 2009 book authored by
Jim McCormac, with imagery by Gary Meszaros, this program is a photographic journey through the best
remaining places in the Buckeye State. From southern haunts bordering the Ohio River to lakeshore
habitats buffering Lake Erie, Ohio is filled with wild landscapes. The event will look at some of the
creatures and plants that make these sites so special, and the global role Ohio plays in conservation.

Tickets are $10 per person (cash or check) at the door.
For more information contact the Bowling Parks and Recreation Department naturalist staff, 419-353-0301
or visi t the website, www.bgohio.org.