Exploring South America’s Pantanal (2015)


Saturday, June 13, 2015, 2:00pm


26 Oxford Street, Cambridge

Ossian Lindholm, Photographer and Documentary Filmmaker

Extending through millions of hectares in central-western Brazil, eastern Bolivia, and eastern Paraguay, the Pantanal is one of the world’s largest freshwater wetland systems and one of the most biologically rich environments on the planet. A World Heritage Site, the Pantanal is home to hundreds of bird, mammal, fish, reptile and amphibian species. Join acclaimed photographer and environmentalist Ossian Lindholm for a captivating tour of one of the last great wildernesses. Through Lindholm’s photographs you will encounter giant anteaters, track a jaguar, and swim with giant river otters as he takes you on a journey through the spectacular Pantanal.

Following the lecture Ossian Lindholm will be leading a Harvard Square Photography Workshop

This program is located at Haller Hall, 24 Oxford Street.
Free parking is available at the 52 Oxford Street Garage.
Free with museum admission. 
See also: Public Lectures