Anthony Cullen (b.1920) was a writer and wildlife conservationist in Kenya. He was appointed an Honorary Game Warden in 1958.
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Sydney Paul Downey (1905 - 1983) was born in Argentina of British parents and arrived in Kenya in 1925. As one of the greatest East African professional hunters, with partner Donald Ker, he founded Ker & Downey Safaris in 1946.
Downey's Africa by Anthony Cullen (1959) is the biography of Syd Downey, a partner in the Ker and Downey's safari business in Nairobi, a noted naturalist and reputed to be one of the greatest white hunters.
Saving The Game by Anthony Cullen & Syd Downey (1960). The conservation and preservation of wildlife in Kenya and Tanganyika and the problems of poaching in those countries. Downey, of Ker and Downey Safaris, was a former hunter turned game-keeper.
Window OnTo Wilderness by Anthony Cullen (1969). The author, previously a game warden in Kenya, has compiled and interpreted over 600 incidents of previously unrecorded or unexplained animal behaviour in East Africa.
Crash Strike by Anthony Cullen & Patrick Hemphill (1971) is about big game fishing in East Africa.
The Hamisi books by Anthony Cullen are very hard to find. They are a series of small fictional accounts about a young boy who gets to work with in a game department in his school holidays.
Hamisi's Holiday Safari by Anthony Cullen (1965)
Hamisi's Hardest Safari by Anthony Cullen (1967)
Hamisi's Second Safari by Anthony Cullen (1966)
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