Saving Przewalski's Horse - Conjour Wildlife Photography Feature - 0

Saving Przewalski’s Horse

The Przewalski’s horse is considered to be the last remaining true wild horse in the world. Due to excessive hunting, Przewalski’s horses eventually became extinct in the wild, with the last horse spotted in Mongolia in 1969. In 1975, a plan was hatched to re-establish the Przewalski’s horse to its homeland in Mongolia.

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The Timbavati - Makanyi Lodge - Conjour Supporter Article - Hornbill - 6

The Timbavati

Makanyi Lodge invited us to stay and experience the beauty that is the Timbavati in South Africa. With a focus on conserving the land, it was unforgettable.

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 - Conjour Editorial - 0-1280

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017

Wildlife Photography has never been more important – it connects us to the natural world in a way few other fields can. The results of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 awards are in, and you can see the breathtaking photos right here.

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Eastern quoll reintroductions confirmed for mainland australia - Conjour In Situ Update - Rewilding Australia

Eastern Quoll Reintroductions Confirmed

As part of Rewilding Australia’s work, the Eastern quoll will be released in small numbers – around 20 – into Booderee National Park.

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Photography to Conserve - Conjour Wildlife Photography Feature - Hummingbird - Feature

Photography to Conserve

Children educated under the parameters of this consumer society, where success is measured in terms of how much wealth you can accumulate, are destined to be adults that dry up wetlands to enlarge their crops, will cut hectares of forest to sell their wood, or will simply consume with fervor products that are harmful to the environment.

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Those Fences We Built - Gareth Potts - Conjour Wildlife Photography Feature - 0 - Impala

Those Fences We Built

It was not that long ago that humans lived amongst wildlife in this world, but as we evolved we pushed them further and further away until we decided that the best place for them would be behind huge metal fences. Now we find ourselves in a situation where those fences we built to protect ourselves from them, have become a barrier to protect them from us.

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Saiga Antelope - Conjour Conservation Species Report - Feature


Imagine driving out on the steppes of Kazakhstan. You’re expecting to find large herds of healthy saiga antelope, as females gather here to give birth. Yet what you see shocks you and many others across the world: thousands of saigas lie dead before you, their bodies scattered across the plains.

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Life is a journey not a destination - Conjour Wildlife Photography Feature - Charlotte Cornwallis - Feature Image - Hummingbird - 0

Life Is A Journey, Not A Destination

If my images help to tell a story then I will gain solace from that, and if they ignite a passion and desire to help the natural world be protected and conserved, I will feel more pleasure than any money deposited in my bank account at the end of a month.

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Golden Lion Tamarin - Conjour - Nicole Miller

Fix Fragmentation to Save Species

Fragmentation of critical habitat across the world is threatening the survival of countless species – a fact that is not new to conservation science – but a new study shows just how big an impact on survival rates targeted habitat restoration could have, and how it could be achieved with impressive return on investment.

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Sumatra - A Fragile Ecosystem - Part I - Jason Savage - Conjour Wildlife Photography Feature - Feature Image - Orangutan - 1

Sumatra: A Fragile Ecosystem – Part I

For those of you who know me, you’ll know that I love the sounds of the wild – I was able to have a front row seat in South Africa as lion calls would bellow across the cool air on a winter’s night, and as a spotted hyena would perform its whooping contact call that pierces your entire body with what I call the sound of Africa. Here, I’ll talk about a new land to which I ventured with a stunningly fragile ecosystem: Sumatra

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Feature Image - The Safari Effect - Bee-Elle - Queen - Conjour Supporter Article

The Safari Effect: Mindfulness, Connections and Freedom

A lilac-breasted roller glides gracefully through the air. Near the riverside, a weary leopard opens her eyes ever so slightly from her resting place on a tree trunk at the sound of a squawking red-billed hornbill below.

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On Patrol With The Rangers of Tangkahan - Conjour Editorial - Conservation Journal World - Feature

On Patrol With The Rangers of Tangkahan

The Leuser ecosystem is under threat, and the Rangers of Tangkahan are aiming to fix that. Follow Amy Robbins as she joins the rangers in the field, finding and relocating an endangered Orangutan.

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