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Nature Armchair Travel: New Zealand - Penguins, Parrots and Pods

Tuesday June 29, 2021
7:00 PM until 8:30 PM


Naturalist and photographer Joy Marzolf will give an enjoyable talk about the beautiful country of New Zealand and its' wildlife and foliage. 

New Zealand is home to many rare birds and marine mammals including the comical yellow-eyed penguin. Watch and listen as the yellow-eyed penguin returns from the ocean to feed its chick and the Antipodes Island parrot demonstrates “looks, personality and talent.” Not to be outdone, rare New Zealand sea lions make quite an impression as they interact on isolated South Island beaches, pods of rare Hector’s dolphins frolic near coastal shores and dusky dolphins play with kayakers as they travel deep into the fiords of southern New Zealand. Join us for sights and sounds of animal personalities from this amazing country.

Advanced registration is required here and once signed-up, a Zoom connection link will be Emailed to you on the day of the program.  

This program is kindly sponsored by the Friends of the Milton Public Library and is free and open to the public.


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