People: Jun. 6, 1969

The father gloried in being a Great White Hunter; for his son, hunting was a far more serious matter. He arrived in Africa 17 years ago and earned a reputation as one of the top professional hunters in Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro area. But Ernest's son Patrick Hemingway, 40, eight years ago put away his rifle for a more rewarding job—protecting and preserving Africa's dwindling wildlife. Now Patrick is teaching conservation to 63 black African students currently enrolled at the College of African Wildlife Management at Mweka, in northern Tanzania. "I like the work,"...

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