Heading out on an African safari may not be possible until 2022, but as the world wrestles with the economic effects of the pandemic, climate change and habitat loss for wildlife, it’s heartening to see a fundraising campaign called Prints for Wildlife that is doing something with direct results to help species throughout Africa.
In 2020, Prints for Wildlife became a pioneering print fundraiser and a hopeful conservation stories. Gathering more than 120 acclaimed and emerging international wildlife photographers, the organization created a print fundraiser to support local communities and wildlife via African Parks in some of Africa’s most important protected areas. Together, they raised US$660,200 by selling
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