Thursday, 23 February 2023 – 18:30 to 20:30
Lara Jackson is a Conservation Biologist, Wildlife Photographer, and Ambassador for Save the Rhino.
Her work has taken her around the globe and brought her close to some of the world’s rarest animals. Lara has conducted cutting-edge research with several endangered species, including a Master’s project in black rhino feeding ecology in Kenya. She is determined to use her photography as a voice for the voiceless, raising awareness for conservation and telling the tales of those who work tirelessly to protect some of the planet’s most vulnerable species.
Join us for this special event to hear about Lara’s many exciting trips and to see exclusive images and videos from her recent visit to Kaziranga National Park in Assam, India – home to the Greater one-horned rhino.
During the evening, you’ll also enjoy short presentations from the Save the Rhino team, sharing more about our current projects in Africa and Asia. There will be an opportunity to purchase some of Lara’s original prints and signed copies of her children’s book, Where Did All The Rhinos Go?
For tickets, please follow the link at the top.