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Program: Wildlife Safari in Tanzania
Presenter: Scott Barnes
This presentation will cover the abundance of species we observed close-up, from the high and mighty (elephants, lions, and giraffes) to the small and lowly (dung beetles, warthogs, and bee-eaters). The people of Tanzania are also worthy of some discussion: hailing from 120 ethnic groups, they have used the SwHili language to stitch together a cohesive and peaceful country that is struggling to find its niche on the world stage. Finally, a little bit of the mechanics of a safari will be revealed; how one gets there, where one stays, and what a typical touring day is like.
Directions: The Wenonah Community Center (historic train station) is located at the RR crossing at the corner of East Mantua Avenue and North East Avenue, Wenonah, NJ.
From the east, north or south, take Woodbury-Glassboro Road (Rt 553), and turn west at the light onto Mantua Avenue. The community Center is approximately 1/2 of a mile ahead on the right (at the railroad crossing).
From the west, take Wenonah Ave. in Mantua east for approximately a mile (becomes Mantua Ave when you enter Wenonah) to the RR crossing. The Community center is on the left. There are small parking lots near the community center along East Ave and West Ave,plus additional parking is available along the surrounding streets.