Malgas Island

photographing Malgas Island
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Cape Gannets preening by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Photography
I am often asked which my favourite wildlife photographic experience has been. It is then expected that I mention something that renders from the bushveld where the "Big Five roam - something like the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti or watching a pride of lions pulling down a large Cape buffalo bull – the stuff that Africa is made...
Recreational Fisher silhouette  by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Marine Conservation
The majority of our coastal and marine fish species are facing similar if not greater levels of overexploitation and poaching than the current rhino and elephant poaching epidemic. However, this is hardly reported on and there seems to be little concern from the public regarding this.
Malgas Island Cape Gannet Colony by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter chadwick.jpg
Marine Conservation
South Africa’s suite of offshore islands that lie between Lamberts Bay and Algoa Bay are largely unknown beyond their managing authorities. They are critical biodiversity hotspots protecting unique habitats and species and are in many cases the last breeding strongholds for our endemic seabirds that include the African Penguin, Cape Gannet, cormorants and terns.
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