Kimberly

photographing Kimberly
4 results - showing 1 - 4
 
 
Roan Antelope by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Kalahari
The 12000-hectare Dronfield Nature Reserve has belonged to De Beers since 1888 and was proclaimed as a nature reserve in 2004. It is an arid-birding paradise with about 140 species having been recorded at this Important Bird Area. White-Backed Vultures nest on the reserve and across the highway at Kamfers Dam about 50 000 Lesser Flamingoes may be viewed....
Benfontein sunset by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Kalahari
Benfontein Nature Reserve is famous for its nocturnal animals that include Black-Footed Cat, Cape Fox, Bat-Eared Fox Aardwolf and Aardvark. The wide-open pan at its centre and the surrounding grasslands with camel-thorn acacias attract over 260 bird species and make it one of South Africa’s Important Bird Areas.
porcupine at rooipoort by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Kalahari
The 40 000-hectare Rooipoort Nature Reserve has belonged to De Beers since 1893 and is one of the oldest conservation areas in southern Africa. The arid Kimberly Thornveld that is bordered in the north by 32 kms of Orange River is home to a wide variety of bird species and 14 species of antelope.
Mokala National Park by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Kalahari
The 28 100 ha Mokala National Park lies at the interface of two biomes, namely the Savanna Biome and the Nama-Karoo Biome. It is a safe haven for a number of rare and endangered species including Sable, Tsessebe and Roan antelopes. Disease-free buffalo are also bred at this malaria-free reserve.
4 results - showing 1 - 4