British biologist and activist, Niall McCann, joins Chartwell’s roster
We are delighted to be representing British biologist and activist, Niall McCann. Niall has dedicated his life to resolving the ongoing struggle in the conflict between humans and Wildlife. He has specialised on working with endangered species alongside his zoological research across six continents.
We caught up with Naill over coffee last week, to hear about some of the exciting projects he’s been working on. Currently engaged in ongoing conservation projects in India, Honduras, Nepal and Guyana, one project he is working particularly closely with is Panthera. Panthera develops and implements conservation initiatives that protect wild cats and their landscapes in 47 countries around the world. In February, Niall will be linking up with the Panthera project in India, and working with the locals to challenge big cat poachers on the front line!
Naill has also recently completed filming for his second series of his highly acclaimed Nat Geo wildlife adventure series ‘Biggest and Baddest’.
If you would like more information on Naill, or to book him for an event, please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call me on +44 02077928004