Due to concerns about the coronavirus, we have cancelled our March 24th program. Thanks for your understanding, and take care.
Explore the wonders of elephants, leopards, giraffes, and more on a photographic journey through northern Botswana.
In March of 2019, Education Director Suzanne Kahn traveled to Botswana for an eight-day safari. She visited three different regions: the Okavango Delta, the Savute Channel, and Hunda Island. Come explore this remote and wildlife-rich area of Africa with Suzanne as she shares her photos and stories from this once in a lifetime adventure.
Suzanne is the Education Director at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. She has lived in Maine since 1996. Prior to the Reserve, she worked in Portland as the Science Coordinator at the Children’s Museum of Maine. Suzanne also led families and school groups on hikes and cruises at Acadia National Park as an interpretation/environmental education park ranger with the National Park Service. For a couple of winter seasons, Suzanne traveled cross-country to work at an environmental education center on Puget Sound in Washington.
Suzanne received her Master’s degree from Audubon Expedition Institute’s Ecological Teaching and Learning Program at Lesley University. Her undergraduate work was in environmental science and biology at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania.
This program will be held in the Mather Auditorium of the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. This program is free and open to the public, and starts at 7 p.m. Come early for social time and refreshments.