13 December 2011 – Natural History Museum
Join me at London’s Natural History Museum on Tuesday the 13th of December 2011 where I will be giving a free Nature Live talk about the endangered African wild dog. Discover what makes this fascinating carnivore such an efficient predator, learn why it has been wiped out from 25 of the 39 countries it once called home and hear how conservation bodies are working to arrest the decline in numbers and secure its future.
This short talk will be followed by an opportunity for you to ask questions about these charismatic canids and my work following and photographing them. I will be illustrating my talk with images from my new book Underdogs, which will also be available to buy following the talk. Visit the Natural History Museum website to find out more details.