Living with Cheetahs: How Humans & Wildlife can Flourish Together

An Evening of Inspiration with Award-Winning Photographers Jonathan and Angela Scott

Did you know that only 10,000 cheetahs are left in the world today? Without interventions like those of CCF, the cheetah could be extinct in less than 20 years. Together, we can create a race for survival, not extinction. Will you join us?

“It is surely unthinkable that these creatures, which have roamed the planet for thousands, if not millions, of years, could disappear completely within a decade…Humanity is less than humanity without the rest of creation. Their destruction will diminish us all.”
HRH The Prince of Wales speaking at Illegal Wildlife Trafficking event in May 2013.

This is a rare opportunity to see first hand the evocative images of award-winning wildlife photographers, Jonathan and Angela Scott. Hear their inspiring stories of living alongside cheetahs and other wildlife in Kenya's majestic Masai Mara National Reserve. You will also learn about one woman’s pioneering efforts to save the cheetah. Dr. Laurie Marker, founder of Cheetah Conservation Fund, will inspire you with her journey from California to Namibia to enable humans and predators to flourish together.

All proceeds from the event will go to supporting Cheetah Conservation Fund whose work is dedicated to ensuring a future for the most endangered of Africa's big cats.

Tickets General Admission tickets are £25 and include a complementary drink. A VIP Reception will be held with Laurie, Jonathan and Angela from 6:00pm – 7:30pm at the Royal Institution. Tickets are £100 and include drinks and canapés as well as premiere seating for the lecture.


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