Local wildlife photographers will display colorful images of birds and other wildlife taken in recently restored and enhanced areas along the Onondaga Lake shoreline at the “Onondaga Lake: A Community Asset Where Birds and People Thrive” virtual photography exhibit March 6. The exhibit showcases the diverse range of species including waterfowl, songbirds, birds of prey, and butterflies that have returned to Onondaga Lake. The Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps is hosting the virtual exhibit in partnership with Audubon New York, Honeywell, the Central New York Community Foundation and the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation. The free exhibit will take place online and registration is required. Click https://act.audubon.org/a/olcc-photo-exhibit to register. The exhibit runs Saturday, March 6 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and features 30 photographs from the following individuals: Cheryl Lloyd, John DeNicola, Joe Fratianni, Nancy Becerra, Steve Ratliff, David Monaghan, Greg Craybas, Joe Carey, Steve Edgerly, Donald Florczyk, Marcia Bower, Carrie Bush, Phillip Bonn, Pete Andrusyszyn, and K. Alice Lindsay. Several of the photographers will speak about the story behind their photographs and why they enjoy taking photographs of Onondaga Lake's wildlife. Participants will also hear from Anne Burnham, a Senior Scientist with Parsons Corporation, who will discuss the restoration of the lake’s shoreline wetlands, and Alison Kocek, Vice President of Onondaga Audubon, who will talk about the best locations and times of year to view dozens of Bald Eagles and thousands of waterfowl at Onondaga Lake. The exhibit will kick off a virtual silent auction, featuring the stunning images of Onondaga Lake's wildlife, to raise funds for the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps.