Peter Chadwick | Wildlife and Conservation Photography

Peter Chadwick

African Conservation Photographer.

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Peter Chadwick is an international award winning photographer and is the founding member of African Conservation Photography. He specializes in photographing and writing about conservation and environmental issues on the African continent.


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The African ranger’s job is often undertaken without recognition. They have to work in remote wilderness areas under arduous conditions usually where communication is a serious challenge and resource support...
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Estuaries are amongst some of our most important coastal ecological features and rank along with tropical rainforests and coral reefs as the world's most productive ecosystems – they are even...
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When it comes to making an impact, beautiful imagery surpasses almost all other media. This is why the Oceans of Life Photographic Competition 2015 is the centrepiece of BirdLife South...
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In 1931, when the Addo Elephant National Park was first proclaimed, only 11 African Elephants remained after the period of intensive hunting that took place against them finally ended....
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Wildscreen is an award-winning wildlife conservation charity that shares awe-inspiring images of life on Earth to empower conservation around the world.  When strong storytelling and captivating imagery are united to...
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World Penguin Day is celebrated every year on the 25th of April and it is extremely easy for us to love these cute and adorable birds. Sadly though, the penguins...
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