Dennis Sheridan - Wildlife Photography

1321 17th Street, Los Osos, CA  93402
(805) 528-2373

Photos from Dennis' MindWalk presentation at the
Morro Bay Museum of Natural History
March 1, 2004

(click thumbnails below to enlarge)

The above photos are from a presentation given at the Morro Bay Museum of Natural History

Dennis Sheridan Biography
Dennis Sheridan is a professional photographer and entomologist.  He has traveled worldwide and is published in many journals and textbooks.  A native Californian, Dennis was born in San Mateo and raised in Arcadia. He graduated from Cal Poly Pomona in 1973 with a degree in biology, specialty in entomology. He moved to Morro Bay in 1974 and began a career in photography -- concentrating on native wildlife, as well as fungi, lichens, insects, wildflowers and California scenery.  Dennis shares his enthusiasm for nature with students of all ages, and regularly teaches about nature and biology. He contributes his photography and naturalist services to the California Native Plant Society, Morro Coast Audubon Society, Small Wilderness Area Preservation, California Nature Conservancy, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, the Morro Bay Museum of Natural History, and Pacific Wildlife Care. He is active with Morro Estuary Greenbelt Alliance and other local and state organizations dedicated to preserving the native habitat. Dennis lives in Los Osos, CA.

Dennis Sheridan Photography (most excellent nature photos) -- Dennis Sheridan is a native Californian and graduate of Cal Poly Pomona. His photography concentrates on birds of prey and native wildlife, as well as fungi, lichens, insects and wildflowers. He has traveled world-wide photographing natural subjects.

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