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January 16th Meeting: Tanzania, Africa - Birding and Wildlife in the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater & More

Please join Space Coast Audubon Society on January 16th when Sam Fried will present Tanzania, Africa - Birding and Wildlife in the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater & More. Sam will present the birds, mammals and spectacular scenery in North Tanzania. If you’ve ever dreamed of going to Africa this program will provide a little teaser.

Sam Fried moved to the Space Coast last year and is no stranger to the area. He has been a past presenter at the Space Coast Birding Festival as well as leading birding tours to Brevard birding hotspots. Sam has had numerous photographs and featured articles published in a variety of birding and golf magazines as well as the Insight Guide on Birding in North America for the Discovery Channel. He is the founder of Flights of Fancy Adventures offering small group, low cost, trips throughout the Americas and now Africa. He is past president of Hartford Audubon Society.

This program follows Sam’s three week journey through one of the world’s most exciting wildlife viewing areas – Northern Tanzania. In addition to the numerous mammals, for which Africa is famed, his group encountered over 400 amazing bird species. Leopards, lions, cheetahs, zebras, elephants, giraffes and adorable warthogs cross paths with bustards, bee-eaters, ostriches and secretary birds. Watch as Sam traces his adventure across the Serengeti, into Eden-like Ngorongoro Crater, thru the grasslands of Tarangire National Park, high in the mountains and along the beaches of the Indian Ocean.
Be sure to join Space Coast Audubon for what is sure to be an enlightening and informative presentation.

Note: Unless otherwise noted, all general meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. in Calvin Hall at the Rockledge Presbyterian Church, 921 Rockledge Drive (on the corner of Orange Ave) Rockledge, FL.

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