Tim and June Liversedge are presenting an outstanding exhibition of wild life photography at the Museum. The Liversedge’s have an impressive image library of the fauna and flora of the country as well as an amazing collection of aerial images which June has taken whilst Tim was piloting the light aircraft he has used for several decades surveying the country, particularly the Okavango and the Makgadikgadi regions. Tim Liversedge was born in London and moved to Africa with his family at the age of one. He is a citizen of Botswana where he has spent most of his life. Wildlife, art, conservation and photography have been lifelong passions. He met June in the late sixties, married her, and together they have completed 17 co-productions for National Geographic Television, the Discovery Channel, NHK Japan, PBS USA, BBC and Turner Broadcasting that have garnered many awards.
The Gaborone Museum is open daily from 10:00 to 17:00 and entrance is free