Conservation Photography

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sharks hauled ashore for their fins by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Photographs have the power to change the world by altering the perceptions and understanding of the viewer. Conservation photography can bridge language barriers, be easily understood and can create a sense of wonder and/or sadness that instills a sense of responsibility in the viewer. It can motivate a “Call to Action”. 
African penguins by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
The guano islands off South Africa are situated along the western and southern coastlines. The islands provide important breeding and nesting sites for many threatened seabirds.
Dwesa marine protected area by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
South Africa has a network of 21 marine protected areas (MPAs) around our coastline. Collectively they protect a wide range of marine habitat types and biodiversity. 
African penguin in the hand by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Close your eyes and imagine a soccer stadium densely packed to capacity with rows upon rows of fans and the eruption of noise, just as a goal by the home team is scored. This, is what South Africa’s seabird islands used to be like, but instead of densely packed cheering fans, these islands were covered with millions of pairs...
Orange winged pytilia by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Birdlife South Africa, with funding from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, initiated a project in southern Africa with a focus on Mozambique to develop the area as a birding tourism destination. My role is to provide supporting imagery and media profiling.
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