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Paul Bannick is an award-winning photographer who creates most of his images while kayaking, hiking, or snowshoeing. After 15 years in the software industry, Paul chose to focus his energies full time on conservation and now works for Conservation Northwest. He also serves on the Discovery Park Advisory Council and has served as a King County naturalist, trained volunteers to monitor amphibians, and has taught various subjects including native plants, amphibians, kayaking, snowshoeing, and navigation.
His book, The Owl and the Woodpecker, was a Washington State Book Awards finalist and was recommended on NPR's blog, The Picture Show.