NATURE LECTURES ON AFRICA
CENTRAL AMERICAN JUNGLES AND SHALLOW SEA DIVING
THREE SEPARATE PROGRAMS
Presented by HUGH and ZELTA DAVIS
The program consists of a combination of stage displays of native curios, a lecture of extreme educational value to adults and children alike with the added attraction of motion pictures of the 16mm. size when time and suitable conditions permit.
IMPRESSIVE — ENTERTAINING — EDUCATIONAL
Central American Jungles and Shallow Sea Diving
Experiences collecting live zoological specimens in the Jungles of Central America and the adventures of shallow water diving for sea life among the Bahama Islands of the West Indies.
Program consists of stage displays of native curios, mounted specimens and sea life, diving helmet and equipment along with an interesting, educational lecture.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Davis appear on this program of adventure based on two private expeditions into Central America in search of zoo specimens.
When time and suitable conditions permit a full hour of color motion pictures of their adventures are given with the program.
A program packed with thrills! An education suitable for any audience! Based on years of study of reptiles the world over and concentrated on our North American snakes.
Stage displays of large photo murals of reptiles, the photographs taken by the Davis cameras.
Live specimens used in demonstrations. Information of value about snake bites.
Motion pictures, 16mm. are given if time and conditions permit.
Hugh and Zelta Davis with part of their Central American Jungle and Shallow Sea diving stage display
Unusual Natural History experiences qualify these two young explorers as outstanding lecturers, giving their audience authentic, educational and entertaining programs.
Hugh S. Davis was a member of the last Martin Johnson expedition to Africa in 1933–34, serving as photographer and dark room technician.
A member of the Fahnestock expedition to Panama in 1935.
Private collecting of zoological specimens in Panama and the Jungles of Honduras during 1936.
Director of the Tulsa Zoological Garden at Tulsa, Oklahoma, for ten years.
WRITER — LECTURES — ADVENTURER — PHOTOGRAPHER OF WILD LIFE
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