William (Pat) Arinder, who has been an outdoor and wildlife photographer for over 50 years, will discuss “Hunting Wildlife with a Camera” at the Sunday at the Bluff program scheduled for Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Arinder describes himself as a “hunter,” but hunts with a camera rather than a gun. His program will be about the techniques and equipment that he uses to capture images of wildlife.
As part of the program, pictures of deer, turkey and small animals that he has taken through the years will be on display. Most of these images are of wild animals found in the Tombigbee River area of Northeast Mississippi. Audience participation will be welcomed.
There will also be background music provided by an 11-year-old banjo player.
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