Canadian wildlife photographer Bill Bickle will be at the L&A County Museum & Archives on Saturday, December 8th from 1:30-3:30 pm answering the question everyone seems to have while enjoying his current exhibit at the museum...

“How did he manage to get that perfect shot?”

Bill will be telling the tales of his adventure through the Great Bear Rainforest from behind the lens. During this family-friendly program, evidence of Bill's travels will be available to observe and have firsthand experience: such as Antlers and Muskox Quiveat that he has found during his expeditions. While sharing his secrets of how to take the perfect photograph, Bill will also be available to answer questions and give professional advice for photographers and nature lovers of all ages.
Bill has set out a challenge to the public: to bring a 4" x 6" wildlife picture that you have taken, and to share with him how and why you took the photograph. Materials will be provided to turn the photographs into ornaments that will be used to decorate our “Bill Bickle: Canadian Wildlife” Christmas tree. This tree will be on display in the museum for the month of December in conjunction with our holiday Christmas Tree event. 
For more information on Bill Bickle’s current exhibit at the L&A County Museum please visit or call 613-354-3027.