Millie Kerr

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Millie Kerr is a lawyer-turned-writer, focusing on wildlife conservation. After time in legal practice, Millie decided to instead pursue her passions of storytelling, travel, and wildlife conservation, and for the last ten years, she has worked as a freelance journalist and conservation communicator. Her creative essays and reported articles have appeared in dozens of American and British publications, including The Economist, the Guardian, National Geographic, New York Times, Popular Science, and Wall Street Journal. Millie has also worked for Panthera and the Wildlife Conservation Society; and has been retained by African Parks, Elephant Family, and Fauna & Flora International as an external consultant. She is a skilled wildlife photographer and has won several awards for her images.

A Royal Geographical Society fellow, Millie holds a B.A. in history from Wake Forest University, a J.D. in law from The University of Texas, and an MPhil in conservation leadership from the University of Cambridge, where she wrote her dissertation on conservation storytelling while collaborating with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative's arts, science and conservation programme. A native of San Antonio, Texas, Millie is based in London, where she has lived on/off since 2001.

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How Rewilding is Transforming Conservation and Changing the World
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In a timely and exciting contribution to a wider conversation about our relationship with the wild, Millie Kerr takes readers on a global journey of discovery, from the return of lions to Gabon to the transformation-by-Jaguar of an Argentine national park.

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$38.00 CAD