‘THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM’ TALK #3 ON DEMAND

Holly Budge in conversation with The Black Mambas and their founder, Craig Spencer. Talking all things wildlife conservation and why the female ranger movement in Africa is picking up such momentum.

We bring you prominent minds in conservation and travel to share their work and insights from the front line of conservation in Africa.

‘THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM’ TALK #3 ON DEMAND

Holly Budge in conversation with The Black Mambas and their founder, Craig Spencer. Talking all things wildlife conservation and why the female ranger movement in Africa is picking up such momentum.

We bring you prominent minds in conservation and travel to share their work and insights from the front line of conservation in Africa.

HOST: HOLLY BUDGE

Holly Budge, Founder of How Many Elephants, is a world class adventurer, including being the first woman to skydive Everest and race 1000km across Mongolia on semi-wild horses. She recently summited Everest and has fundraised over £400K. She doesn’t stop there, she is passionate about elephants and raising awareness of the devastating impacts of the ivory trade.

HOST: HOLLY BUDGE

Holly Budge, Founder of How Many Elephants, is a world class adventurer, including being the first woman to skydive Everest and race 1000km across Mongolia on semi-wild horses. She recently summited Everest and has fundraised over £400K. She doesn’t stop there, she is passionate about elephants and raising awareness of the devastating impacts of the ivory trade.

GUESTS: THE BLACK MAMBAS

The Black Mambas, South Africa’s all-female anti-poaching team, are protectors, educators and beacons of hope. Armed with pepper spray and handcuffs, they patrol hunting grounds of armed poachers and have seen a dramatic drop in poaching since their inception.

GUESTS: THE BLACK MAMBAS

The Black Mambas, South Africa’s all-female anti-poaching team, are protectors, educators and beacons of hope. Armed with pepper spray and handcuffs, they patrol hunting grounds of armed poachers and have seen a dramatic drop in poaching since their inception.

GUEST: CRAIG SPENCER

Founder of the Black Mambas, Transfrontier Africa Managing Director, Senior Ecologist and ex Head Warden of Balule, Craig Spencer, is a leading conservationist and field ecologist with more experience than most could claim at the end of a career.

GUEST: CRAIG SPENCER

Founder of the Black Mambas, Transfrontier Africa Managing Director, Senior Ecologist and ex Head Warden of Balule, Craig Spencer, is a leading conservationist and field ecologist with more experience than most could claim at the end of a career.

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