Huenink will share rare footage of the flora and fauna of Kruger National Park in South Africa. From bee eaters to elephants, he reveals glimpses of life in a harsh but vibrant environment. More than 7,500 square miles, Kruger National Park is a subtropical wild game reserve originally created to control and manage wild game in the area,.
At the age of 60, Huenink entered the ministry, and served as pastor of a Methodist church in Wisconsin for five years before retiring. He now lives near Saugatuck on the Kalamazoo River with his wife, Susan. Huenink is a photographer, painter, poet, wood worker, furniture builder, glass blower, marketing coach, fill-in-pastor and volunteer at a local art center, and leads weekly worship at an area nursing home.