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- Remembering African Wild Dogs is the stunning sixth book in the Remembering Wildlife charity series- The aim of the creators is to make the most beautiful photographic book ever seen on a species and to use that to raise awareness of the plight facing that animal and also funds to protect it- Remembering African Wild Dogs is full of images generously donated by many of the world's top wildlife photographers- All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to projects working to protect wild dogs in Africa - over $1 million USD has been raised by the series so farRemembering African Wild Dogs is the sixth book in the Remembering Wildlife fundraising series, which has so far raised more than USD $1 million for conservation. The aim of the creators is to make the most beautiful book ever seen on a species and use that to raise awareness of the plight facing that animal and funds to protect it. Each book is full of images generously donated by many of the world's top wildlife photographers and also gives an overview of the species, its distribution and the challenges it faces. All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to projects working to protect wild dogs in Africa.
About the Author
A former PR in London, when Margot Raggett saw a poached elephant in late 2014, she was so moved by that incident, that she founded the Remembering Wildlife project. This was a 'live-aid' moment for wildlife photographers, coming together for a fund-raising book entitled Remembering Elephants. Such was the success of this book that it was quickly followed up by Remembering Rhinos, Remembering Great Apes, Remembering Lions and Remembering Cheetahs with Remembering African Wild Dogs due for publication in 2021. So far, more than 150 photographers have contributed to the series under the banner of 'Wildlife Photographers United', selling more than 30,000 copies and raising more than USD $1 million for conservation projects in Africa and Asia.