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Miombo Rock Thrush by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Birding
Rolling granite topped hillsides covered in vast stands of Miombo woodlands and valleys filled with dense forest patches attract a host of bird species that makes the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe one of the best birding locations in the country.
Photography
Wildlife photography is just like most other pursuits, the more you learn & practice the "luckier" you get.
Photography
Are you ready to give wildlife photography anothgy try with that new, fancy, DSLR camera? You were not impressed with the wildlife photos on your new DSLR camera, in fact, you feel that the washed-out and over exposed sunset photo you took just after Christmas would have come out better on your old "point-and-shoot" camera.Isn't the...
African Penguin | African Conservation Photography | © Peter Chadwick
Marine Conservation
The African Penguin is the only penguin species to breed on African shores and it is largely found along the cold waters of the southwestern coastline. 
Great white shark tourism by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
Marine Conservation
Crystal clear warm tropical waters filled with teaming life and color. Healthy coral reefs frequented by high paying scuba divers is what we first conjure up when we think of eco-tourism around our Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). 
Rock Lobster fishermen return with the days catch. Paternoster Beach
Marine Conservation
Sand between your toes, the subtle taste of salt on your lips, crashing waves and the smell of the ocean breeze creeping through your senses...“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” – Jacques Yves Cousteau
Marine Conservation
In 2002, the Governments decision to regulate and ban beach driving around the South African coast caused a huge outcry from 4x4 enthusiasts and fishermen. Now, with a decade having passed, it is clear that this ban was the correct one to make. 
Conservation
African Rhinocerous are increasingly appearing in the media due to the relentless and brutal poaching onslaught against them that is driven by greed and the ridiculous belief that they hold miraculous cures against a number of diseases.
Pied Avocet mating by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Birding
Pied Avocets, Black-Winged Stilts and thousands of other waterfowl have flocked to the Agulhas Plains after the recent heavy rains turned the area into a vast marshy wetland. Breeding activity is at a peak and this sequence of photographs shows the pre-copulatory display of Pied Avocets.
Cape Gannets on Malgas Island
Birding
It can be really challenging to find innovative ways to photograph a subject, to capture images that makes us think a little harder about the subject or teach us something new. After spending a few days on Malgas Island in the West Coast National Park, photographing the Cape Gannet colony, I was getting frustrated with trying to...
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