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Sand Dunes and Salt Flats: A GGAS Trip to Namibia, Africa

Burchell's Courser

Namibia is one of the least densely populated countries in the world, with 2.6 million residents.  It has the largest sand dunes in the world, and it hasn’t rained for over 10 years in parts of the Namib Desert.  But it hosts many birds and animals that have learned to survive in this arid place.  We spent some time in Cape Town with GGAS friends (Eric and Susan), and then four of us drove to Walvis Bay where we met our GGAS tour group.  We’ll show you many of the desert creatures we saw on our tour.

Speaker: Bob Lewis, GGAS

Thursday, 06/18/20


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Berkeley, CA 94707

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