Great Britain’s Prince Harry Dedicated to African Conservation
Prince Harry has been named the President of African Parks, a conservation group that manages 12 wildlife areas across the Continent.
Kensington Palace and Johannesburg-based African Parks announced the appointment Wednesday, noting Harry’s dedication to African conservation since he left the British military in Y 2015.
The conservation group says the prince has previously worked with its teams, participating in the Y 2016 relocation of elephants in Malawi and the re-installation of GPS collars on 3 lions to help protect them.
African Parks CEO Peter Fearnhead says Prince Harry’s “influential role” will bolster efforts to help wildlife as well as people living in and around conservation areas.
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