Talk: "Tiger!" with Ola Jennersten
We offer a presentation of the tiger, its story and threats as well as the work being done to double the number of tigers in Asia.
Ola Jennersten is a zoo-ecologist with a broad interest in nature and, for the past 30 years, has worked for the World Wildlife Fund. He has worked many years with nature conservancy. Nationally mainly with natural grazing and internationally with protected areas and species protection mainly in Mongolia, Russia and India.
Moreover, Ola has written books on, amongst other things, illegal trafficking in species (Vid vägs ände (sv), Game change (en)) and many articles on various conservancy subjects. He has been a member of the Swedish Association for Nature Photographers for many years.