Myles Turner biography: Myles Turner was a park warden of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park as from 1956 to 1972.
Myles Turner Age, Career and Death
Myles Turner was born in 1921 in England.
Myles Turner joined the Kenya Game Department in 1946 as a Game Control Officer. He later became a hunting tour leader with an East African Company. He accepted the job at Serengeti National Park in 1956 and worked hard to prevent poaching, encourage aircraft use in park management and also directed the training of several game wardens. His efforts have made that park one of the finest parks worldwide.
In 1956, Myles Turner won the first award of the Shaw and Hunter Trophy as Hunter of the Year.
Myles Turner was married to Kay.
Myles Turner was blessed with two children.
Turner died in 1984 due to a heart attack and was buried in the Masai Mara Reserve.