Sunday, 27 October 2013

Will and Carol at the Royal Geographical Society

If you can make it to London on the 16th or 17th of November then OTS managers Will and Carol will be manning the Ingwe Leopard Research stand, promoting their work in leopard conservation at the Royal Geographical Society Explore weekend.
Will is very keen to support the RGS as well as get the message out about the realities of African wildlife conservation and moreover the need for urgent work to prevent any further decline in the leopard population.
The Royal Geographical Society has been in existence since the early nineteenth century and many African expeditions were launched from there. From Dr Livingstone to Sir Ranulph Finnes. Recent Presidents include Sir David Atenborough and Michael Palin.
The work of the RGS is no less important today than it was in the early 1800's and it continues to enable expeditions, research and a whole gambit of work across the globe.

We hope to see you there.
Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London.

Written by Jennie
www.ontracksafaris.co.uk

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