Join Dr. Amanda Stronza, Texas A&M University, Co-Director Applied Biodiversity Science Program and Co-Founder of EcoExist, for a night of breathtaking photography and stories about people and elephants in a shared landscape.

In the eastern Okavango Panhandle of Botswana, roughly 18,000 elephants compete with 16,000 people for access to water, food, and land. Elephants roam freely, often in the same spaces people use for agriculture, or to walk their children to school. In 2012, a team of researchers joined with community leaders to form Ecoexist, an organization focused on finding ways for humans and elephants to coexist. These are their stories.

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Recordings will be sent to registrants who cannot attend live. This event is hosted by the Audubon Naturalist Society as part of the Naturalist Hour series.