Armchair Travel: On Safari in South Africa w/ Peter and Mary Kummerfeldt
Join Peter and Mary as they take you through a typical day in the African bush. Starting at dawn with a cacophony of bird sounds, continuing into the day with an endless parade of wildlife, and concluding with a campfire under a canopy of brilliant stars; the African bush is truly unique. See some of the 951 species of birds and the 299 mammals that can be seen in this wonderful region of the world.
This program is co-hosted by the Newcomers Club. Seating is limited; tickets will be handed out beginning at 6 p.m.
About the Presenter:
Peter grew up in Kenya, East Africa and came to America in 1965. After a thirty year career with the US Air Force survival training program he retired and began a new career leading nature and photography excursions to southern Africa (South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana). Once a year he and his wife, Mary, lead a small group on a two-week plus long safari through some of the best nature reserves and national parks found in southern Africa. Peter is an active member in many conservation organizations and is the author of "Surviving a Wilderness Emergency."
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- Monday, April 16, 2018
- 6:30pm - 7:30pm
- Central Library Mesa Room, Central Library Monument Room
- Central Library