One of the most effective tools to prevent the poaching of African elephants and rhinos is the use of airplanes, which fly "low and slow" over the plains to look for poachers. Stunt pilot Patty Wagstaff went to Africa to teach the Kenya Wildlife Service the correct methods of flying, and director Miles O'Brien tagged along to document the trip. The two will discuss the program and take questions from the audience.
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Over Africa! Low and Slow With the Kenya Wildlife Service