Tales of Adventure in the Galapagos Islands with David Fanning & Carol Seemueller

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 -
6:30pm to 7:45pm

Registration is not required, but come early for seating.

There is probably nowhere else on Earth where you can see flamingos and penguins in the wild on the very same day. Combine that with giant tortoises, blue-footed boobies, ferocious looking but gentle marine iguanas, sea turtles and sharks, roaring sea lions, fighting for your life in strong sea currents and you have an adventure that truly exceeds the hype. The Galapagos Islands are far better than anything you have heard about them.

Please join storyteller and photographer David Fanning and science teacher Carol Seemueller for an evening of wildlife, birds, and adventure stories (including a murder!) from their 10-day cruise of the Galapagos Islands. David tells the exciting stories and Carol makes sure he sticks to the facts. An evening of fun and adventure that you will not want to miss.

David Fanning is a local author, storyteller, and photographer. He has hiked the 500-mile Colorado Trail four times and has written about his experience in Voices of The Colorado Trail. He is currently working on a similar book about the Arizona Trail. Carol Seemueller is a retired science teacher, bird aficionado, and Fort Collins Master Naturalist whose life-long dream was to follow Darwin to the Galapagos Islands.

Gertrude Scott Room
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