december, 2019

18dec5:30 pm7:30 pmAn Evening with Nat Geo Underwater photographer Flip Nicklinfree fundraiser for the Maui Sierra ClubGecko Guide:Eco-Friendly & Sustainable,Non-Profit,Preservation & Conservation

Event Details

Wednesday, December 18, 2019 at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

A presentation of the underwater world by Flip Nicklin at the Maui Ocean Center Dome!

Flip Nicklin, world-renowned National Geographic underwater photographer, will offer a unique presentation of the underwater world on Wednesday, December 18 at the Maui Ocean Center Dome in Ma’alaea. The presentation is a special Holiday Season Aqua Benefit Night for Sierra Club Maui to support the organization’s ongoing efforts to protect Maui’s streams and ocean. Come be inspired by the beauty of the undersea world, as seen through the eyes of one of the leading marine life photographers in the world.Flip Nicklin has spent his 40-year career specializing in the photography of marine mammals, especially whales and dolphins. Through 20 National Geographic articles from 1982 to the present, he has worked closely with top whale researchers from around the world. Flip has assisted on studies of humpback whales in Hawaii since the 1980s, and lives in Maui for a portion of each year. In 2012, Flip was bestowed one of the highest honors by The North American Nature Photography Association by being named Outstanding Photographer of the Year. From this work, Flip brings a unique, global perspective on the study of whales to Whale Trust Maui. He is generously donating this presentation as a fundraiser for the Maui Sierra Club and as a gift to our community of “water protectors”! We invite you to come with holiday cheer, be inspired, and join together as we continue to support one another in taking a stand for our changing Earth.

RSVP for a free ticket and Donations will be gladly accepted at the door.

Maui Ocean Center, The Aquarium of Hawaii

192 Maalaea Rd, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793


(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm


Maui Ocean Center, The Aquarium of Hawaii

192 Maalaea Rd