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Wildlife photo exhibit debuts at Museum of Science and History

Wildlife in Focus
Posted at 10:37 AM, Dec 11, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-11 14:37:06-05

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — The Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History (1900 N. Chaparral St.) will be unveiling a new exhibit Thursday night, and they are inviting those who are interested in seeing it to stop by and help them celebrate!

The ‘Wildlife in Focus Contest 10 Traveling Exhibit’ will be front and center from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Complimentary wine and cheese will be available at this free event.

The photo exhibit will showcase 280 new winning photos shot by more than 50 photographers representing more than 40 ranches.

This year marks their 20th anniversary of having photo contests and exhibits from this prestigious biannual competition.

"Wildlife in Focus 9" was released earlier this year, and editions 3-9 will be available for sale at the museum during the unveiling. The award-winning photographers will also be on site to personally autograph the books.

Wildlife in Focus is a nonprofit group with a mission to encourage wildlife conservation, while promoting awareness of the vast biodiversity in south Texas.

For additional information, contact Executive Director Marissa Ford by calling (361) 342-9585 or by email at marissa@wildlifeinfocus.org.

The Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History engages and educates the public in science and history through exhibits and programming designed to inspire curiosity, understanding and an enduring thirst for knowledge.

Visit the museum’s website at https://www.ccmuseum.com.