The Cheetah Conservation Fund UK would love you to join us at Bradt’s Big Cat Festival, held for a second year at the Royal Geographical Society. After a very successful first year, Bradt’s Big Cat Festival returns for 2019, with another packed day of inspiring talks and practical workshops.
Headlining the festival will be writer, broadcaster and naturalist Chris Packham. He’ll be joined by Dr. Amy Dickman (conservation biologist working up close with lions in Tanzania), Paul Goldstein (conservationist guide and acclaimed wildlife photographer), John Rendall & Derek Cattani (authors of Christian the Lion – the lion cub caught at Harrods), Brian Jackman (author of The Marsh Lions and one of Britain’s finest wildlife writers), Tania Esteban (researcher and camerawoman, past credits include the BBC’s Big Cats) and Lyn Hughes (Editor-in-Chief at Wanderlust magazine).
As a ticket holder you will also be able to attend a very special conservation discussion with a panel including CCF Royal Patron Her Royal Highness Princess Michael of Kent, Chris Packham, and Dr. Jane Galton (CCF UK Trustee).
It’s the ultimate big day out for big cat lovers!
Saturday 13th April 2019 at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
Doors open: 10:00am
Doors close: 6:30pm