Published on January 1, 2018

Join Us for Adventures in Our "Travel & Taste" Series

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Lecture & Buffet Dinner

Members $27 • Nonmembers $33

Lecture Only

Members $12 • Nonmembers $15

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This fall and winter, Broadmoor's Travel and Taste series will take you on a voyage from the deserts of the southwestern US to the coral reefs of Bali and many more exciting places in between. 

Each themed night offers a location-based buffet dinner and presentation of images from an exotic location. Through images and tastes, you might just feel as though you are actually "on location!"

Thursday, February 15, 6:30-8:30 pm

The Great Bear Rainforest of Coastal British Columbia

Travel through images to the temperate rainforest of coastal British Columbia, a stretch of unspoiled wilderness and home to salmon eating wolves, banana slugs and everything in between. Learn about the connection of the intricate lives of the flora and fauna that thrive in one of the most biologically rich ecosystems in the world. 

Purple-throated mountain gem in Costa Rica (Photo: Erin Ellingwood)
Purple-throated mountain gem

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Thursday, March 8, 6:30-8:30 pm

Voyage Across the Atlantic & Beyond

Photographers and filmmakers Michel and Julie’s recent expeditions, including a return trip to isolated Clipperton Atoll in the Pacific, have documented the impact of marine debris around the globe including in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Join them for a special voyage back to Clipperton and other Pacific locations, and for a voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to document marine creatures and the plastics and marine debris that endanger them. 

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Thursday, March 22, 6:30-8:30 pm

Sun Bittern in Costa Rica by David Larson
Sun bittern in Costa Rica (Photo: David Larson)

Birding Through Costa Rica

David Larson has lead several birding tours in Costa Rica, from coastal mangrove swamps to elfin forests on mountain tops. Travel on a virtual journey through several of his favorite areas, including La Selva Biological Station, the Osa Peninsula, and a few mountain ranges and lowlands in between. 

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