Meet Ben Britton

National Geographic presenter Ben Britton is saving Africa's small cats and helping us to understand them a little better.

Ben is the Director of the Wild Cat Conservation Centre in the beautiful Hawkesbury, one hour north west of Sydney, Australia. The Conservation Centre in Wilberforce focuses on the preservation and conservation of wild cats of the world, including African Serval, Caracal and the endangered Cheetah.

Passionate about wildlife, Ben has more than 20 years of professional experience in animal husbandry and wildlife conservation which has taken him across the world, from reserves in Africa to sanctuaries in Asia.

A National Geographic presenter, Ben has appeared in numerous documentaries and is currently featured in a new series of vignettes highlighting his wildlife conservation efforts.

Ben Britton’s Wild Conservation showcases not only Ben’s work at his centre in Sydney, though his efforts in the wild, conserving African Lion, White Rhino and more amazing species.

Ben believes strongly in conservation through education and is well versed in communicating wildlife conservation messages in entertaining ways through the media.

Ben splits his time between his home in Sydney and Botswana, Africa where alongside the team at Mashatu Research he is working to help conserve big cats and other African wildlife.

Ben Britton currently features on National Geographic and Nat Geo WILD.

Follow Ben below and keep up to date on what he is working on.

Facebook: @wildcatcentre

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