FULTON, Ill. — Jay Wolf, a professional wildlife photographer, will be the featured speaker at the Fulton (Martin House) Museum at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13.

His photographs will be on display and will be available for purchase. The focus will be on area wildlife, but will include other photos of animals of interest.

Wolf started jwolfWILDphotography in 2015 after a life-changing accident. He was born and raised in Erie, Illinois, and graduated from Erie High School in 1976.

He has always been interested in wildlife and nature and, coupled with his photography skills, his interest has allowed him a new career path that is both meaningful for him and to the followers of his work. The photographer has been self-taught and continues on a learning-curve journey on the mechanics of taking pictures and adjusting to the patience that it takes to capture “just the right photo at just the right second.”

Wolf spends countless hours taking the pictures and enjoys sharing them with the public.

The Fulton (Martin House) Museum is located at 707 10th Ave. The north entrance is handicap accessible. Refreshments will be served.