Hear from 30-year Zimbabwean Safari Guide

African Wildlife Talk

African Wildlife Rescue talk coming to Turramurra Vet

Note: This event has already happened.

Details of Talk

Following service in the Rhodesian Army, Paul de Montille has been working as a safari guide in Hwange National Park Zimbabwe, famed for its elephants, for over 30 years. He has been a good friend of Dr Thompson for over 20 years. Paul and his wife Stéphanie Larrieu will be presenting a talk highlighting the wildlife of Hwange and their exciting life in one of Africa’s premier wildlife reserves. Their work has included immobilisation and satellite collaring of lions, rhino translocation and wildlife rescue.

Join Paul and Stéphanie as they share with you some insights, highlights and experiences from their unique world of wild animal rescue and their ongoing study of the African Leopard.

When: Thursday,  Feb 14, 2019 from 6:45pm to 8:30pm

Where: Turramurra Vet Hospital

Schedule:

6:45 – Drinks & nibblies and tour of the vet hospital

7:30 – Wildlife talk (duration: 1 hour)

How: Register your interest from the form on this page or call Turramurra Vet on 9988-0198 during our opening hours.

For a taste of the work, Paul, Stéphanie and their team do, see the following video.

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Donate to Save African Rhino Foundation

Paul and Stéphanie have worked closely with the Save African Rhino Foundation (SARF), an Australian charity also supported for many years by Turramurra Vet.  Please consider donating to the Save African Rhino Foundation via GiveNow. Any donation is fully tax deductible.

Simply click on the button below, note PdM in the comments section and you’ll be issued with a receipt to be able to claim your tax deduction. By noting PdM, your donation will be earmarked for Paul and Stéphanie’s wonderful wildlife-preserving work in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park.

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