Off to London Next Week!

African elephants are highly intelligent and have a wide variety of behaviors. Herds are made up primarily of females and juveniles, as the males move from herd to herd searching for mates. Amboseli National Park, Kenya

This coming week I’ll be heading across the pond to London to join the Royal Geographic Society in celebrating the launch of Remembering Elephants, a book project containing photographs from over 65 of the world’s top wildlife photographers illustrating the life of an elephant. I have the privilege of presenting at the launch event occurring on the evening of next Thursday, September 22nd, which will also commemorate the opening of an exhibit featuring images from the book itself. 100% of the proceeds from this book project and event will benefit conservation and anti-poaching efforts in Africa.

There is still time to join us for this important event! Purchase tickets here to be a part of the opening festivities, which will include a presentation by elephant expert Ian Redmond, OBE, as well as myself. Books will be available for purchase with opportunities for signings. There will also be an auction of prints of many of the images seen in the book.

Special thanks to the Born Free Foundation and Land Rover for their support and sponsorship of this event!

If you can’t make it to this event, but would still like to contribute to a worthy cause, you can order Remembering Elephants here!

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