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Remembering Rhinos

Talk and Book Launch, Royal Geographical Society, London - Nov 1st

As part of the launch of the much-anticipated Remembering Rhinos charity picture book (the follow up to the runaway success Remembering Elephants) and in association with the Born Free Foundation, there will be a special evening about rhino conservation and photography at the prestigious RGS in London on November 1st.

The event will be introduced by Will Travers OBE, President of Born Free Foundation and as well as a presentation of the images from the book, will include talks by Saving the Survivors founder, vet and photographer Johan Marais and former Wildlife Photographer of the Year Steve Winter. The founder of Remembering Rhinos and Remembering Elephants Margot Raggett will compere the evening.

The evening will culminate in an auction of some of the images from the book, as well as a few other goodies. The books themselves will also be on sale on the night with some of the photographers available to sign them if requested.

ALL profits from the evening will go to rhino conservation in Africa and Asia.

Book launch Event. Tickets from £25.07

Buy tickets online here

Remembering Rhinos Exhibition - La Galleria, London, 30th October – 11th November

Remembering Rhinos is the follow up to the enormously popular Remembering Elephants book and exhibition. Like its predecessor, it features images donated by many of the world’s top wildlife photographers, this time of rhinos. Books and prints will be on sale supporting our rhino-protection work.

Free entry. Open 10am-5pm each day.

La Galleria Pall Mall
5b Pall Mall
30 Royal Opera Arcade
London SW1Y 4UY

Tel 0207 930 8069 W

More About the Book

The follow up to Remembering Elephants, this book (144 pages) is currently in design with a publication date of 30th October 2017, with the same production team in place. Once again, 65 of the world’s best wildlife photographers have donated images to the book, which will cover all living species of rhino across Africa and Asia, with a foreword by Zoologist and Environmentalist Mark Carwardine. There will be 4000 copies of this first edition, which like last time, are expected to become a collectors’ item in years to come.

The cost of printing has been covered by a Kickstarter campaign meaning 100% of the cover price goes to projects protecting rhinos in Africa and Asia via our partner The Born Free Foundation.

Pre-order a copy of the book here

Remembering Rhinos
Born Free Foundation
Broadlands Business Campus, Langhurstwood Road
, Horsham, RH12 4QP, UK - Charity Reg. No. 1070906

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