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. Peter is a Fellow of the
International League of Conservation Photographers - iLCP.
Latest News & Articles From Peter At Photodestination.com
Zululand Birding - Ghost Mountain Birding
There is something extremely special about waking up in the heart of the Zululand bushveld just before the dawn! It is the sounds of stirring life that make this...
Africas Rangers at the Frontline of Conservation
During the last week, the Department of Environmental Affairs, has listed the latest ever-growing rhino poaching statistics for 2015. These figures are indeed depressing, as it seems that there is...
African Rangers Ensure The Integrity Of The Continent’s Protected Areas.
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...
Focusing Conservation Effort on Estuaries.
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...
African Elephants of Addo Elephant National Park
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....
Challenges of conserving the Cape Floristic Kingdom
The Cape Floristic Kingdom (CFK) is situated in the southern tip of South Africa and stretches from Niewoudville in the north across to Port Elizabeth in the east. Oceans...