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Stories From The Front Line of Elephant Conservation in Africa

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The Royal Geographical Society

1 Kensington Gore

London

SW7 2AR

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Do you love adventure?

Does African wildlife inspire and amaze you?

Do you want your children’s children to be able to see wild elephants?

Yes? You sound a lot like Holly Budge. Holly is the founder of How Many Elephants. The charity has a simple mission. Stop the poaching of African elephants. Simple, but critical. Because every day, 96 elephants are killed for their ivory. That’s 35,000+ of these magnificent, gentle, intelligent animals a year.


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Kindly sponsored by African Bush Camps, the event will be held at the prestigious Royal Geographical Society (with The Institute of British Geographers), 1 Kensington Gore, London. SW7 2AR on June 6th 2019.

6.30pm Doors Open for VIP Ticket Holder's Drinks Reception

7.00pm Theatre Doors Open for Talk Ticket Holders

7.20pm Talks Commence

9.30pm Talks/Auction Finish. VIP Drinks in the iconic Map Room.


Meet your speakers


Holly Budge, Founder of How Many Elephants, is the main speaker at an event where you can share your passion for travel and conservation with a group of like-minded individuals from right across the UK. She’ll share personal stories, from reaching the summit of Everest to immersing herself with the Black Mambas, an all-female anti-poaching team in South Africa. British Airways have called her, “one of the UK’s most accomplished female adventurers”. To date, Holly has raised over £300k for charitable initiatives. Read More...




Niall McCann, National Geographic Explorer and Biologist. Niall is the Director of Conservation for National Park Rescue. He’ll tell you about the work they have done in Chizarira National Park in Zimbabwe. They have transformed a poacher’s paradise into a thriving park, with well trained and motivated rangers. Niall says, “We’re really proud to say that not a single elephant has been lost to poaching since we started working here”. Read More...




Beks Ndlovu, Professional Guide and Founder of African Bush Camps. Through African Bush Camps and its foundation, Beks became not only a tour operator but a social entrepreneur. He is one of the most enterprising and inspiring players in the African tourism industry today. He promotes travel to Africa around the world. Beks will show you how to incorporate travel with conservation. Of Beks, Travel Africa said, “he is a prime example of the future of tourism in Zimbabwe”. Read More...




Champagne reception with our speakers

We’re holding the event at the prestigious Royal Geographical Society in London. It’s right next door to the Royal Albert Hall. Take the VIP option and your evening will begin with artisan canapes served with pink Champagne and the chance to mingle and chat with the speakers.

The evening ends with an auction.

All proceeds will go to the How Many Elephants Campaign, which supports direct action anti-poaching initiatives in Africa, including National Park Rescue and Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust in Zimbabwe and the Black Mambas in South Africa.


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The Royal Geographical Society

1 Kensington Gore

London

SW7 2AR

United Kingdom

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