Wildlife Photographers unite to support #AfricanParks

(Posted 31st August 2022)

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One of 100+ prints for sale during Prints for Wildlife © Matt Todd
Dear Friends, 

With nearly 50% of Africa’s landmass suffering degradation, Africa’s national parks and protected areas continue to be under threat. And those that are not being properly managed and resourced now, will be lost forever.

Prints for Wildlife’, a month-long print fundraiser, was originally created in 2020 in response to the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Africa’s communities and wildlife areas.
After raising an incredible US$1.75 million for African Parks in two years by selling over 15,000 unique wildlife prints, it has come back once again.
But this time with a slightly different mission.

This year, 100+ contributing wildlife photographers have donated over 100 images, for one goal; to help fund African Parks’ efforts to scale the area under our protection to 30 parks by 2030.

Prints for Wildlife’s limited-time print sale starts today, where only 100 prints of each exquisite image will be available over the next month or until they sell out. Each image is just $100 (excluding shipping), and 100% of proceeds (after printing and handling) comes back to African Parks.
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When you purchase a print, you are not only helping us protect the 20 parks under our management in 11 countries, but you are also helping us continue to towards our goal of securing 30 parks by 2030, ensuring million hectares is conserved in perpetuity for the benefit of people and wildlife. 

Thank you for your support, Carli Flemmer CMO African Parks
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African Parks is a non-profit conservation organisation that takes on the complete responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of national parks in partnership with governments and local communities.
They currently manage 22 national parks and protected areas in 12 countries covering over 20 million hectares: Angola, Benin, Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, the Republic of Congo, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Sudan, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Visit www.africanparks.org to learn more.
Prints for Wildlife, initiated by wildlife photographers Pie Aerts and Marion Payr, features 100+ photos from acclaimed wildlife photographers, as well as local talent from countries such as Rwanda, Kenya, Botswana and South Africa.

Each photographer has contributed an iconic image to be part of a special sale of 100 prints for $100 each, of which 100% of proceeds, after printing and handling, will go to African Parks.

For more information visit 
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African Parks, 52 Grosvenor Road, Bryanston, Gauteng 2191, South Africa, +27114650050