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Peter Chadwick
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Peter Chadwick is a dedicated conservationist and wildlife and conservation photographer and is the founder of African Conservation Photography.
Peter Chadwick is a dedicated conservationist and wildlife and conservation photographer and is the founder of African Conservation Photography.

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The next generation - a white rhino calf pauses from grazing on the fresh flushes of green grass that was encouraged to grow by summer rains. With the concerted and dedicated effort of passionate conservationists, this is a sight that can hopefully continue to be seen into the future!

http://www.peterchadwick.co.za/natures-beauty/137-white-rhino-calf
White Rhino Calf
White Rhino Calf
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Ensuring that a holistic ranger-wellbeing program is in place is an absolute imperative for #rangers having to tackle the #poaching issue!

http://www.peterchadwick.co.za/blog/214-ranger-wellbeing-through-sport
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Two young African elephant bulls pitting their strength against one another. Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa.

http://www.peterchadwick.co.za/natures-beauty/134-african-elephant-bulls
African Elephant Bulls
African Elephant Bulls
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We need to realise the important purposes that beach detritus plays in supporting our own futures and should call for more protected beaches where life’s bounty can function as it should.

http://www.peterchadwick.co.za/natures-beauty/231-beach-detritus
Beach Detritus
Beach Detritus
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Roosting Cape Gannets
Roosting Cape Gannets
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In Africa, the role of a ranger moves beyond just conservation where he is the obvious upholder of ecological integrity. On occassion, he must also be the bringer of stability into war torn areas, the protector of escaping refugees and the guardian of a multi-billion dollar ecotourism industry.

http://www.peterchadwick.co.za/blog/211-dusk-patrol
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African elephants, icons of Africa indeed! A photo portfolio.

http://www.peterchadwick.co.za/natures-beauty/22-african-elephant
African Elephant
African Elephant
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The mystical, unexplored mist-belt forest of Mount Gorongoza in central Mozambique. #forest #mystical #gorongoza #mozambique

http://www.peterchadwick.co.za/natures-beauty/171-gorongoza-mist-belt-forest
Gorongoza Mist Belt Forest
Gorongoza Mist Belt Forest
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Islands across the globe are amongst the most threatened ecosystems. Their huge concentrations of biodiversity are highly vulnerable to disturbance and extinction. The Seychelles is a leading example to successful island conservation with much of the biodiversity returning as threats are reduced. A Photo Portfolio. #Seychelles #Islands #Conservation

http://www.peterchadwick.co.za/photo-gallery/13-the-seychelles-and-island-conservation
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