Bredasdorp

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Photography
The sea has long held our fascination and the interface of land and sea, the coastline, draws us to her shores. South Africa has a diverse coastline providing countless, often dramatic, opportunities for taking stunning landscape photographs.
Cape Mountain Zebra by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Travel Writing
Considered one of the flagship nature reserves of CapeNature, De Hoop Nature Reserve and Marine Protected Area is probably best known for its vast numbers of Southern Right Whales that come to calve and mate within its protected waters.
Agulhas plain flooding by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Travel Writing
On the 6 January 2014 an unseasonally large weather front slammed into the Western Cape dropping a deluge of rain over a four-day period and flooding vast areas and affecting weather patterns as far north as the Kalahari.
Mozambique ladies in the mist by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Photography
As 2013 slips away into history and with the dawning of 2014 in the New Year, I spent some time reflecting on the highs and low’s of the year and realised that photographically, it was a challenging, exciting and extremely interesting year.
Pied Avocet mating by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Birding
Pied Avocets, Black-Winged Stilts and thousands of other waterfowl have flocked to the Agulhas Plains after the recent heavy rains turned the area into a vast marshy wetland. Breeding activity is at a peak and this sequence of photographs shows the pre-copulatory display of Pied Avocets.
Marine Conservation
De Hoop Marine Protected Area is situated in the south-western Cape of South Africa and was proclaimed on the 1st of January 1985. It lies adjacent to De Hoop Nature Reserve and is managed by CapeNature. The Marine Protected Area (MPA) covers an area of approximately 253 square kilometers, including the coastline from Stillbaai Point in the east and...
Marine Conservation
Since being the general manager at De Hoop Nature Reserve and Marine Protected Area, wildlife and conservation photographer, Peter Chadwick has kept a close eye on the fish tagging project that has been ongoing in the De Hoop Marine Protected Area for over 25 years. The project is the largest of its kind in the world, having tagged and...
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