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We are so excited to announce that we will be hosting a discussion and Q&A with A Tail of Three Lions co-author Ian Michler of the award-winning documentary and related campaign Blood Lions! Ian will talk with us from his home in South Africa about how we can make a difference educating the next generation, and ourselves, about lion exploitation.
When: Thursday, February 25, 2021 – 9 am MT/11 am ET/18:00 South African Standard Time
Where: via Eventbrite, Livestreaming on Facebook
How to Join: Register for FREE here
*Note: Due to the sensitive nature of the Blood Lions campaign video and related discussion, this event is for adult viewers only.
For any questions about this event, contact email@example.com
About Green Kids Club
Green Kids Club (GKC) was founded by Sylvia Medina, an environmental engineer, activist and mother of three. GKC encourages children to be the protectors of our environment and endangered species. GKC works with, and, by donating sales proceeds from its books, supports non-profit initiatives including: Elephants Without Borders, Love the Wild Foundation, Saving the Survivors, The Cougar Fund and Orang Utan Republik Foundation. GKC also works with schools across the USA and internationally, including locations in Belize and Botswana. To purchase Green Kids Club books go to https://www.greenkidsclub.com/shop or to their Facebook page.
About Ian Michler
Ian Michler has spent the last thirty years working as a safari operator, specialist guide, environmental photojournalist and consultant across Africa. He has published seven natural history books on Africa and his writing has appeared in a broad range of local and international publications. Ian is also the lead character, researcher and co-leader of the related campaign for the award-winning documentary Blood Lions. Blood Lions, which was distributed by PBS International, follows acclaimed environmental journalist and safari operator Ian Michler, and American hunter, Rick Swazey, on their journey to uncover the realities of the multi-million dollar predator breeding and canned lion hunting industries in South Africa. He is based in South Africa, where he runs his safari company, Invent Africa (www.inventafrica.com).