On Monday 24th November 2014, Paul Goldstein will take the believers and non-believers through an illustrious year on the fertile plains of the Masai Mara. Having guided there countless times Paul is always staggered by the remarkable game which he and his alchemist guides encounter in his favourite place in the world. This year has been no different. Come along and see an invigorating show of Paul’s 2014 Mara Inventory and be prepared for some provocative commentary as ever.
This year will be extra special, as Paul will be introduced by esteemed zoologist and presenter Mark Carwardine. These two will not short-change... so strap yourself in for a sparkling, opinionated and dazzling evening.
Last year's Mara Watch event was sold out. This year, held once again at beautiful London venue ‘The Royal Institution of Great Britain’, it is sure to be incredibly popular once more, so please book your tickets early!
As in previous years, we will be joined by friends and partners who will be on hand before the presentation including the Kenyan tourist board and photographic experts. So come down early, have a drink and chat to our many experts.
Paul will also be launching his new book ‘Predator’, a hardback with over two hundred spectacular pages. He and fellow photographer ‘Kiki’ Kaziras have selected their very best and boldest images of their favourite predators.
How to book this year
This year Exodus has decided to use a trusted online event booking system. Tickets cost £16, and all profits will be donated to conservation projects in Kenya through our charity partners, Friends of Conservation and S.A.F.E
All the details of the project work funded by last years Mara Watch can be found in this report from S.A.F.E
||24 November 2014
||6.30 for a 7pm start
||The Royal Institution of Great Britain
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Why not enter our go wild photo comeptition witha chance to win a £500 Exodus voucher, Canon Powershot SX60 HS camera from our friends at Park Cameras and a wildlife book. The judges will be Paul Goldstein and guest Mark Carwardine, who not only presented BBC2’s Last Chance to See but was also chairman of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year for seven years. The best images will be showcased at this years Mara Watch before announcing the winner on the night. Click here to enter.