The Tusk Conservation Awards, developed by Tusk Trust in partnership with Investec Asset Management, aim to recognise and celebrate outstanding achievement in the field of African conservation.
We are honoured that Clive Stockil, long time champion of wildlife and communities in the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area of Zimbabwe, South Africa and Mozambique, including Gonarezhou National Park and the Save Valley Conservancy, is a shortlisted nominee for these awards, along with Alasdair Harris (Madagascar), Edwin Kinyangui (Kenya), Tom Lalampaa (Kenya), Josia Razafindramanana (Madagascar) and Kerri Volter ,(South Africa).
On the 12th September we will attend a dinner in London to celebrate the progress of Community and Conservation efforts by unique individuals across Africa. Patron Prince William will attend.
This is so heartwarming for the future of endangered rhinos, African wild dogs, elephants, marine life, Vultures, Lemurs and all the myriad other natural wonders of Africa and the communities who safeguard this heritage.
A 60 minute documentary featuring an exclusive interview with The Duke of Cambridge and featuring the work of the Tusk award winners and nominees is due to be broadcast by CNN and ITV (UK) on Sunday 15th September.