Anthony Raymond Fitzjohn, OBE is a conservationist who has worked extensively with George Adamson at Kora in Africa. The years at the Kora National Reserve proved an invaluable learning experience for Fitzjohn which helped him build the Mkomazi Game Reserve. Kora made Fitzjohn an expert in capturing, collaring and radio-tracking Africa’s top predators, as well as raising and returning them to the wild. He lectures at the Royal Geographical Society schools, zoos, wildlife parks, and talks to diverse groups of supporters. He has also testified on wildlife issues on behalf of the Tanzanian government at a Congressional Sub-Committee hearing in Washington, DC. His memoir THE LION KING is due to be published by Penguin in the UK, Penguin Canada and Harmony Books in the USA.