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Tony Fitzjohn OBE Lecture

Born Wild

On 15th March Old Millhillian Tony Fitzjohn OBE, Field Director, George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust shall be returning to the UK from Tanzania to deliver the first Peter Collinson Conservation Lecture.

The lecture, titled ‘Born Wild: The extraordinary story of one man’s passion for lions and Africa’ will focus on the work he has accomplished with the George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust. His only ambition in life was to end up working with animals and through his partnership with George Adamson he has been able to make that dream a reality.

Over the last forty years he has established the first successful Rhinoceros sanctuary in Tanzania, gained National Park status for two game reserves and led ground-breaking veterinary research into disease in endangered species. Tony s book ‘Born Wild’ which documents his inspiring life was released last year.

Lectures start at 6:30pm (doors open 6:00pm), in The Large. All our lectures are free of charge – click here to view details of the upcoming series or to book tickets through our online booking system, click here.