Peter Carr

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"Pete is an award-winning journalist specialising in the wildlife management sector, and is an active conservation campaigner. He has operated in an infiltration/fixer capacity for various international media and other agencies, specialising in wildlife crime and trafficking. A former freelancer, he has worked on, and alongside, the international security circuit in Africa on antipoaching operations and other sensitive cross-border assignments. In an investigative capacity, he covered serious wildlife crime in mainland Europe, Africa and the Far East. Pete is currently Editor-in-Chief of the monthly journals Sporting Rifle and Modern Gamekeeping, an active columnist at various other periodicals, and a prolific book author with several published titles. A forthright spokesman, he is often featured on television, radio, and other multi-media outlets, highlighting conservation concerns and sustainable use of wildlife to preserve species and vulnerable habitat. As co-founder, Pete has put his life and soul into bringing about momentum for the Agency within the conservation sector, and providing both anti-poaching solutions and investigations into the illegal wildlife trade (IWT). He has been actively involved in the delivery of anti-poaching projects in Swaziland, and provided operational support in Zambia and DR Congo." [1]

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  1. Endangered Species Protection Agency Team, organizational web page, accessed March 14, 2019.