RCP Director Amy Dickman is a finalist for the Tusk Conservation Award!

Amy and Barabaig warriors_Ruaha Tanzania
We are thrilled to announce that RCP’s Director, Amy Dickman, has been named as one of three international finalists for the prestigious Tusk Conservation Award! This awardrecognises individuals who have undertaken outstanding, inspirational conservation work throughout Africa, and will be presented by Prince William at an Awards Ceremony in London on November 25th. The finalists have also been invited to have afternoon tea with Prince William the day before the event, which will be a great opportunity to talk about the importance of large carnivore conservation in Ruaha.

Even if Amy isn’t the eventual winner, being a finalist generates invaluable attention for the Ruaha Carnivore Project – RCP’s work has already been highlighted in the Telegraph newspaper, and a short film about the project will be shown at the ceremony. We are all extremely excited about this, and have our fingers crossed for the 25th!

Get more information about the Tusk Conservation Award

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