James Mwenda is a ranger and keeper at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. He dedicates his life to caring for the last two female northern white rhinos left on earth, Najin and Fatu. His heart-warming relationship and incredible bond with Sudan (pictured), the world’s last male northern white rhino who sadly died in March last year, captivated animal lovers around the world.
James has delivered inspirational talks in South Africa, Hong Kong and now the UK to raise awareness and inspire change. His talks provide a unique insight into the lives of the dedicated men and women, that often risk their lives to protect endangered species.
He explains the devastating effects of the illegal wildlife trade, not just for the rhinos but for all the vulnerable fauna and flora.
*Tickets are limited, if you would like any further information or you would like to secure tickets, then please contact Emma Edwards via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
£5 per adult
£3 per alumni student
ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO 'Helping Rhinos' Reg Charity number: 1175762