Exhibit Celebrating the National Park Service Centennial On Display
Keys History & Discovery Center Features Work of Photographer Clyde Butcher

Renowned photographer Clyde Butcher working in the swamps of Florida. (photo: Niki Butcher)

Islamorada, FL – Renowned photographer and environmentalist Clyde Butcher’s work is on display in Islamorada with an exhibit titled Celebrating the National Park Service Centennial: A Photography Exhibit by Clyde Butcher. The exhibit is at the Keys History & Discovery Center through August 28, 2016.

Butcher is best known for his evocative black and white photographs of Florida wetlands and the Everglades. This exhibit, 50 years in the making, shares his love of the national parks as well as stories of he and wife Niki’s travels around the country while photographing the wilderness areas so unique to America.

This exhibit showcases Butcher’s stunning black and white photographs of parks ranging from the swamps in the Everglades to the mountains of Montana. Books, notecards and a calendar featuring Butcher’s work, including the latest release about the National Park Service, are available for sale at the Discovery Center. The exhibit is made possible through the generous support of The Everglades Trust.

The Discovery Center is in Islamorada, MM 82, located at the Islander Resort. The Center is open Thursdays through Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. General admission is $12. Admission for seniors is $10 and children 13-under are free. Florida Keys History and Discovery Foundation is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization operating the Keys History & Discovery Center.

For more information, call 305-922-2237 or go to www.keysdiscovery.com.