On February 28th, 2015 I gave a lecture on the basics of wildlife photography at the National Wildlife Visitor Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The lecture followed a month long exhibit of my photographs in the Hollingsworth Gallery at the visitors center. The exhibit (replicated below) featured wildlife and landscape prints featuring six very different regions of the Western Hemisphere, ranging from the I-95 Baltimore-Washington Corridor to Patagonia on the southern tip of South America. Approximately 40 amateur photographers and wildlife enthusiasts attended the lecture. I talked about when and where to find wildlife, what gear to use, and how to leverage the best lighting conditions to get great photographs. A slide show of my presentation can be seen below. After the lecture, I walked over to the Hollingsworth Gallery and discussed the story behind the photographs in the gallery.