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Meet Damien Mander, a former Royal Australian Navy clearance diver and special operations sniper who risks his life to protect endangered species in southern Africa.

Damien is the founder of the International Anti Poaching Foundation is touring Australia and there are several opportunities to come and listen to his stories of Africa and his fight against rhino and elephant poachers.

On leaving Iraq in 2008, Damien used his life savings to found the IAPF. Dedicated to protecting rhinos and elephants from massacre by militant poaching operatives, the IAPF employs military technology and strategies to curb poaching and protect ecosystems that support a vast array of wildlife.

Please join us for this rare opportunity to meet Damien and hear about his inspiring conservation work in Africa.

Tickets are only $25.

More informationhttp://www.iapf.org/index.php/about/upcoming-talks-events

Date: Sunday, March 19, 2017

Time: 1.30pm-3.30pm
Venue: Santos Conservation Centere, Adelaide Zoo, Frome Rd, Adelaide

Click here to make a booking for the event at Santos Conservation Centre

Time: 6.30pm-9pm
Venue: Adelaide Rockford Hotel, 164 Hindley St, Adelaide

Click here to make a booking for the event at Adelaide Rockford Hotel


March 19, 2017
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm


Adelaide Zoo Santos Conservation Centre
Frome Road
Adelaide, 5000 Australia
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+ 61 8 8267 3255

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About Zoos SA

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We undertake critical conservation work throughout Australia and acknowledge the traditional custodians of these lands.

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