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"New Beginnings" by Chris Fallows
Elephant poaching has had a devastating impact on Africa's elephant populations and virtually everywhere on the continent their numbers are plummeting. However, there are a few bastions of hope, where populations are stable or growing. Amboseli in South Kenya is one such location. Dedicated conservation, research and tourism organizations have tirelessly monitored, guarded and protected this population once on the brink of being wiped out.
Today, large herds still roam the dusty plains lying in the foothills of Kilimanjaro and the number of young in this large breeding herd pays testament to the relentless conservation efforts of many, and the rewards that come with perseverance.
Measurements: 62"w x 43" h
Chris Fallows is a world renowned wildlife photographer and world authority on Great white sharks. Chris has become a household name due to his involvement in the iconic Shark Week Series, AIR JAWS, on The Discovery Channel, BBC's Planet Earth and various National Geographic documentaries. Chris was the first person to discover and photograph the now famous breaching Great White Sharks of Seal Island in Cape Town, South Africa. When not on the ocean, Chris spends his time in the African bush or at other remote locations immersing himself in wildlife. His life has been about wildlife and his passion to observe animals in their natural habitat while seeking out what makes each species so spectacular.
Note: This item will be ready for you to take home at the end of the gala. An additional fee will apply for shipping and packaging.
Generously Donated by Chris Fallows