Tanzania: A Photographer’s Journey

  • 07:30 PM
  • Newton City Hall, Memorial Auditorium, 1000 Commonwealth Ave, Newton

photo by Shawn CareyJoin wildlife photographer Shawn Carey and Tanzania Senior Guide, Joseph Ndunguru, with Nasera African Safari, on an adventure into the heart of Tanzania. Shawn and Joseph will take you on a safari into the country’s spectacular national parks. You will see the “Big Five”—African Elephant, Black Rhino, Cape Buffalo, Lion, and Leopard, plus Cheetahs, Giraffes, Black-backed Jackals, and Hippos. You’ll see a panoply of Tanzania’s amazing birds, including the Greater Flamingo, Lilac-breasted Roller, Little Bee-eater, Giant Kingfisher, and Grey-crowned Crane. If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting East Africa and its incredible wildlife, this is a journey you’ll never forget.


This is an exceptional opportunity for people to see what it’s like to plan and participate in a photo safari to Africa and meet in person a local guide.

Visit Shawn’s website www.migrationproductions.com to immerse yourself into spectacular photography of nature, birds and wildlife.


About Shawn

photo by Shawn CareyShawn Carey has been photographing birds and other wildlife for over 20 years. He’s taught wildlife photography for Mass Audubon for the past 18 years. He’s Vice President of the board of directors for Eastern Mass HawkWatch. Shawn’s also on the advisory board for Mass Audubon Society and Mass Audubon Museum of American Bird Art. He is past board member for the Brookline Bird Club and past council member for the Nuttall Ornithological Club. Shawn co-founded Migration Productions in 1996 with Jim Grady.


Joseph Ndunguru worked at Ngorongoro Crater National Park in Tanzania for 20 years. He is one of the leading guides and naturalist in Tanzania and has been co-leader on trips with David Clapp for Smithsonian for many years.