The annual Tusk Conservation Awards are a celebration of successful conservation taken across the continent of Africa. They are recognized by the unsung heroes of conservation who are nominated by their peers without their prior Knowledge.
This year on 8 November 2018, The Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa were held in Banqueting hall (London) and were presented by the Duke Prince William who attended the Awards with his wife Kate Middleton.
Uganda’s Vincent Opyene the executive director of Natural Resources Conservation Network (URCN) won the Tusk conservation Award in Africa alongside Obwona Julius and the Legendary Dr.Pete Morkel for their outstanding and inspiration efforts to the conservation of wildlife.
Uganda wildlife conservation is a full responsibility of the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), this government body that regulates wildlife conservations in Uganda. It controls ten National parks and the wildlife reserves. Contact our Team for more information concerning the wildlife of Uganda.