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Rosalie Winard has spent the last thirty years enamored with wetland birds. While receiving her bachelor’s degree in Natural History, with a specialization in Ornithology and Ethology from New College of Florida, she conducted a field study on Brown Pelican’s threat and greeting displays. Receiving one of the first-ever Student Originated Study Grants, she worked for the National Science Foundation censusing bird populations in Florida before being led to documentary film, video art, and finally photography. Winard’s award winning photographs have appeared in numerous publications including Artforum, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, Forbes, Le Monde, and on 60 Minutes. Her pictures are in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Library of Congress, and in the private collections of Nelson Mandela, Oliver Sacks, and many others.