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Lloyd Edwards, of Raggy Charters, shares his experiences of a sighting of a rare white Southern right whale calf at home in Algoa Bay. Funds generated from marine eco tours with Raggy Charters are used to fund the Baywatch Project. Raggy Charters are one of the oldest marine eco tour companies, combined with a conservation project in...
The elephants of the Kruger National Park are one the enigmatic Big 5 animals on every visitors "must see" list. An integral part of the savannah ecosystem, elephants consume massive amounts of grass, leaves and bark in a day, germinating seeds that pass through their digestive systems and depositing huge amounts of manure in the veld.
Its World Environment Day today! The 2012 theme for World Environment Day is Green Economy: Does it include you?
This week Photodestination brings you some amazing photographs, by Lloyd Edwards, of the Killer Whales (or Orcas) of Algoa Bay in Port Elizabeth from the South African east coast. Lloyd runs a boat based whale watching charter business called "Raggy Charters" and is busy writing a book on the marine life of Algoa bay. The text below...
The Cape Buffalo is a charismatic species and one of the stalwart Big 5 on the African continent. This portfolio of Cape Buffalo was photographed within the Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya, by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.  
Veteran of a previous ‘rhino war’, Dr Ian Player has a special connection with these charismatic animals and is following efforts to combat poaching with great interest. This world respected conservationist has valuable insights into how we can tackle the current crisis, and shares them with Africa Geographic’s Rachel Lang.
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