“Killer Whales That Feed on Land”
A Presentation by Gretchen Freund

Date: Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Time Details: 6:00 PM Business Meeting (Members Only)
6:30 PM Cocktails – served in Library (Cash Bar)
7:15 PM Dinner (Grove Room, second floor)
8:00 PM Program and Speaker
Location: The Racquet Club
476 North Kingshighway Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108

Description:

Killer whale and its prey, Argentina

On the remote and wild Peninsula Valdes along the coast of Argentina, Gretchen Freund has witnessed and recorded what few people have ever seen: the rare and extraordinary sight of Orca whales strategically stalking and targeting sea lions and elephant seals from offshore and then abruptly beaching themselves to devour their unsuspecting prey.

As a principal researcher for Punta Norte Orca Research and a highly talented and experienced nature photographer, Gretchen has documented this rare and revealing behavior over the course of ten dedicated years. She will be sharing her exquisite photographs and insightful observations of these illusive “Wolves of the Sea.”

This program is co-sponsored by The Academy of Science of St. Louis.

Additional photographs from Argentina are available on Ms. Freund’s website – www.gretchenfreund.com.

Walk-Ins Welcome: No
Reservation Deadline: Friday, November 7, 2008
Inquiries to: Benjamin Hulsey (bhulsey@thompsoncoburn.com)
Payment Information: RSVP by mailing your check (payable to St. Louis Chapter/Explorers Club) for dinner(s) – with your name and the names of your guests – to:
   Ms. Becky Doane
   Thompson Coburn LLP
   One US Bank Plaza, 34th Floor
   St. Louis, MO 63101-9702

Member Dinner Ticket: $45
Guest Dinner Ticket: $45
Lecture Only Ticket: N/A
Photos from the Event:
     
Speaker and Explorers Club member Gretchen Freund    
 
 
     
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