Your lecture is given by Andrés Jimenez, a passionate Costa Rican biologist who strives towards creating deeper connections between people and the planet.
He is currently Urban Program Coordinator at Birds Canada, but his career started in his teenage years as a naturalist guide, hosting an ecological radio program and leading multiple conservation projects.
He is a wildlife photographer with exposure from his blog Raza Verde, to international expositions across the globe. Through storytelling, his pictures highlight the wilderness that surrounds us.
In 2014 he was recognized as an Emerging Caribbean Wildlife Conservation Leader by IFAW, WWF and the US Wildlife and Fisheries Service.
Today he will share with you one of the things he loves the most, teaching people about wildlife, how to create deeper connections with nature and enjoy the outdoors even more