Shorewood Public Library Goes Wild with Great Elephant Migration

Join photographers Jeannee Sacken and Michael Briselli for an armchair tour of Botswana and Zimbabwe, two of Earth’s most intriguing countries, on Wednesday, May 29th at 6:30 p.m. in the lower level meeting room of the Shorewood Village Center, 3920 North Murray Avenue.
Travel along with Sacken and Briselli as they follow thousands of elephants on their annual great migration along Africa’s KAZA Transfrontier routes. The husband and wife duo will talk about elephants’ life cycle, social structure, and their trek across hundreds of miles in search of all-important water. And it’s not just elephants: Sacken and Briselli will introduce you to a few other critters that they met along the way. Safari gear is optional.
Sacken is local writer and photographer. A former college English professor, she is now creating stories with images and words on a full-time basis. Briselli is a retired physician and photographer. Their travels have taken them to Tanzania, Kenya, Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Antarctica, far eastern Russia, Guatemala, Honduras, South America, Madagascar, and Mongolia – among other places.
This program is sponsored by the Shorewood Public Library.
This event is free and open to the public.
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