Putting a picture of these adorable lion cubs on your wall could help to save their lives. The second Prints for Wildlife campaign kicked off this week, aiming to raise $US1m ($1.34m) for African Parks, a non-profit organisation that manages...
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Source: The Australian
Source: Digital Camera World
The Prints for Wildlife conservation fundraiser is back for 2021 – prints cost $100 and the sale ends on 11 August.
A large group of acclaimed international wildlife photographers and emerging talents have joined forces to raise funds for the people and wildlife in Africa who...
Source: The Guardian
More than 150 wildlife photographers are taking part in a sale of wildlife prints to raise money for African Parks, a South Africa-based...
A group of photographers from around the world are working together to raise money for wildlife conservation in Africa.
Source: Australian Photography Magazine
Created in 2020 to raise much-needed funds for wildlife conservation efforts in Africa that were under pressure due to the pandemic, Prints for Wildlife ...
Source: The African Insider
Two photographers used their networks to raise funds for conservation, leading to one of the most inspiring stories in 2020.
Source: African Parks
After raising US$660,200 in 2020 for non-profit African Parks, "Prints for Wildlife” is returning in 2021 with even more photographers & prints on offer
Source: Black+White Photography
Following the success of 2020’s Prints for Wildlife, the ambitious initiative is back this summer for a second edition. Here’s the lowdown on some of...
Source: African Parks & European Union & Wildlife Conservation Society
Le 16 juin à 16h10, le Fonds Fiduciaire pour la République centrafricaine, Fonds Bêkou, organise un débat sur la conservation dans les États Fragiles...
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