Sacajawea Audubon

January 11th Program – Visit To The Antarctic with Bob Martinka

Photo courtesy Bob Martinka

Photo Courtesy Bob Martinka

Sacajawea Audubon invites you to learn about one of the least visited places on Earth. The Antarctic Peninsula and associated islands are arguably the most remote, spectacular and wildlife diverse regions remaining on earth. Bob Martinka will highlight a 19-day cruise he and his wife Cathy took to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island and the Antarctic Peninsula in January 2014. They followed parts of a route that Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton and his men traversed on their disastrous 1914-1917 expedition. Bob's presentation will highlight the history, scenery and amazing wildlife of the region.

Bob obtained degrees in Wildlife Biology and Ecology from Colorado State University, Purdue University and a Ph.D. from Montana State University. He worked for almost 30 years with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. In his retirement years he has become an avid photographer, traveling to numerous locations around the globe to pursue his interest in most wild things, including birds, mammals, dragonflies and flowers.

Sacajawea Audubon programs are free and open to the public.  We meet every 2nd Monday, September through May, at Hope Lutheran Church, 2152 W. Graf (off of S. 19th). Come for the social at 6:30 and share cookies, coffee and conversation. The program starts following a brief chapter meeting at 7 p.m.

Photo courtesy Bob Martinka

Photo courtesy Bob Martinka

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