‘Photo Safari’ of S. Africa park to be shown April 12

John Huenink will present "A Photo Safari in South Africa: 17 Days in Kruger National Park' at the Holland Audubon Society's meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 12. The presentation at Hope Church, 77 W. 11th St. in Holland, is free to the public. Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served.
Anonymous
Apr 6, 2011

 

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.

Online:
www.hollandaudubon.org

 

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