A vine snake is among the wildlife to be featured at the March 20 Wildsight presentation.

A vine snake is among the wildlife to be featured at the March 20 Wildsight presentation.

Creston’s Wildsight hosts biologist and photographer

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Wildlife biologist and photographer Jakob Dulisse, together with Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program senior wildlife biologist John Krebs, will explore the world of predator-prey relationships and examine the delicate balance between life and death.

Stunning photographs depict the diversity of species found around the world including giant salamanders, carnivorous plants, glowing mushrooms and living fossils, including some of the more unusual ones found in the Columbia Basin.

Sponsored by the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, Wildsight’s Creston branch hosts this presentation as part of its 2012 spring speaker series.

Admission to the March 20 presentation, which begins at 7 p.m. at Rotacrest Hall, is $6 at the door.

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