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Global Walk For Elephants Kasane Botswana by wildlife and conservation photograpger Peter Chadwick.jpg
On the 4th October 2014, the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos took place across 136 cities and towns across six continents. Thousands marched to pressurise governments to do more to stop the rampant wave of poaching that is decimating African Elephant and Rhino populations. In Kasane in Botswana, Elephants without Borders led one of the more poignant and...
Dubai Shark Market by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Our oceans have long been perceived to be an endless opportunity for exploitation and as a dumping ground for our waste. The oceans are vital to the health of our planet and are now at severe risk from this over-exploitation and lack of care. Below are some of the greatest risks currently facing our ocean as well as list...
Recreational Fisher silhouette  by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
The majority of our coastal and marine fish species are facing similar if not greater levels of overexploitation and poaching than the current rhino and elephant poaching epidemic. However, this is hardly reported on and there seems to be little concern from the public regarding this.
Aerial view of sixteen mile beach and langebaan lagoon by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
South Africa is blessed with one of the richest and most diverse coastlines and marine environments on the planet. Our coastline extends for nearly 3000km’s between the Mozambique border and Kosi Bay in the east and the Orange River estuary bordering Namibia in the west.
Elf in the hand by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Our oceans are critical to our very existence; it’s a simple matter of healthy oceans = healthy people. Besides providing us with food (today almost one in six people in the world rely on fish as their primary source of protein), oceans provide us with many other important services that our survival depends on. ...
Southern right whale with albino calf by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Listed as endangered by CITIES, the Southern Right Whale is protected in all of its known breeding grounds. It spends the summer months in the far Southern Oceans feeding and during the southern-hemisphere winter it migrates northwards to calve in the waters off Argentina, Chile, Namibia, Australia and South Africa. Current global population estimates put the total number of...
Malgas Island Cape Gannet Colony by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter chadwick.jpg
South Africa’s suite of offshore islands that lie between Lamberts Bay and Algoa Bay are largely unknown beyond their managing authorities. They are critical biodiversity hotspots protecting unique habitats and species and are in many cases the last breeding strongholds for our endemic seabirds that include the African Penguin, Cape Gannet, cormorants and terns.
World Wildlife Day 2014 | #conservationphotography | African Conservation Photodestinations
Monday 3rd March is World Wildlife Day*. A day to celebrate the wonder of our natural world, but also day to reflect on "our" impact and our collective vision for the future.
Common-hermit-crab-in-shell ©Alex Hyde | ARKive
Valentine’s Day has past, but February is still Cupids month. We’re featuring a few forlorn species looking for love on behalf of ARKive.
De Hoop vlei by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
World Wetlands Day is on the 2nd February. It is important to recognise the conservation importance of these aquatic systems as they are vital in sustaining life around us. 
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