John Rendall is a sixth-generation Australian, and currently divides his time between London and Sydney. John continues his commitment to the George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust and is a member of the Royal Geographical Society in London. He has been involved in travel-focused public relations, concentrating on conservation projects, lodges and reserves in Africa. John’s three children share his passion for wildlife and conservation.
Along with fellow Australian Anthony Bourke, John Rendall took a lion (Christian) to George Adamson for rehabilitation in the Kora National Park in 1970. Christian’s successful rehabilitation was the subject of a book “Lion Called Christian” published by William Collins & Sons and subsequently filmed for television documentaries.