Conservation Information and Wildlife Photography

Wildlife Information and Photography

Wildlife Images and Stories

Conservation begins with raising public awareness of the wild animals that share our lives. Wildlife information and photography help to highlight the issues. Common species can quickly become rare and threatened with the uncompromising spread of urban life. Without a doubt, if common animals are struggling, rare species have little hope of survival.

Sharing wildlife stories and images from ethical tourism encounters and experiences can show the struggle of many animals to coexist with humanity. They showcase the threats facing wildlife and the beauty lost to future generations through extinction. Explore our wildlife information and photography articles and learn about wildlife conservation.

Wildlife photography: Hyena on the Masai Mara
Wildlife conservation: Cheetah on the Masai Mara
Wildlife Tourism, pied kingfisher in Zimbabwe
Wildlife information, African elephant on the Masai Mara

Wildlife Photography

There are many wildlife photography tips and tutorials that cover camera settings and technical aspects online. However, camera settings are just part of honing your craft. Learn about wildlife conservation and photography through our articles on wildlife photography.

Wildlife Conservation

Worldwide wildlife conservation initiatives combat the decline of vulnerable species of birds, mammals and reptiles. These programs are crucial to the survival of many species. Learn more about how you can help.

Wildlife Experiences

Looking for inspiration on ethical wildlife tourism destinations that provide the opportunity to get up close to wildlife in its natural environment? Visit our wildlife travel blog for stories on wildlife encounters that are ethical and benefit wildlife conservation.

Wildlife Information

What do you do if you find injured wildlife and how to care for it until you can locate an experienced wildlife carer? Learn more about birds, mammals, and reptiles, and how to encourage wildlife without causing harm.

Wildlife and Photography Articles

Browse our latest wildlife conservation and photography articles to help you learn about wildlife and improve your wildlife images.

Cockatoos in Australia

Cockatoos in Australia

Cockatoos in Australia, also referred to as ‘cockies’ consist of several species. What type of bird species is an Australian cockatoo?

Ethical Wildlife Tourism

Ethical Wildlife Tourism

Ethical wildlife tourism can benefit the conservation of some species by providing funding and education on the threats facing wildlife.

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For more information about wildlife photography workshops and private tuition.


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Red-tailed Black Cockatoo

Red-tailed Black Cockatoo

The forest red-tailed black cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus banksii naso) are endemic to the southwest of Western Australia. Their status is currently listed as vulnerable as a result of habitat loss, fire, illegal shooting, and bees.
Slender Tree Frog

Slender Tree Frog

The slender tree frog is one of Australia’s most attractive frogs, Slender Tree Frogs (Litoria adelaidensis), are small Western Australian frogs. Inhabiting local lakes and wetlands in urban areas, they often cling to standing reeds.
Cattle Egret

Cattle Egret

The Cattle egret is a small, stocky white egret that follows livestock and large herbivores, feeding on insects disturbed by the foraging habits of the animals that give it their name.


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These beautiful  limited  edition fundraising prints are a wonderful gift that also raises funds for wildlife conservation. Choose one prints and 50% of the purchase price will be donated to one of our supported wildlife rescues. 

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