Kent and Meg Sundell return on May 13 to share part of their July 2015 trip to Africa; this program will concentrate on their time in Namibia.
They travelled with a small diverse group of mostly repeat travelers. This trip was billed as more of a cultural trip compared to the specifically wildlife trip in 2012; however, with a former zoo curator, several working ecologists, geologist, pharmacy Ph.D. and everyone being bird and wildlife enthusiasts, the trip focused as much or more on wildlife. While not billed as a wildlife viewing trip they saw many species daily, including the elusive aardwolf and the ubiquitous Oryx.
As always, Kent and Meg will educate as well as entertain, so don’t miss this last program before our summer break. The program will be on Friday, May 13, 2016, at 7 PM at the Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Building at 2211 King Blvd. And as always, the program is free and open to the public!!
Program Chair—Bruce Walgren