The Kruger National Park is full of wonderful surprises as Chad Cocking found out on his visit to the park in 2008. Chad had the unbelievable luck of witnessing a leopard and her cub as they crossed the Sabie River.
Zebra whispers at Shongweni
The mood at Shongweni Dam Nature Reserve is so relaxed, even the zebra don't mind curious photographers coming close. By Justin Fox
Photo tips for Vernon Crookes
Situated on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast, Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve is a beautiful landscape of coastal scarp forest and coastal grasslands. Get great pictures on your next visit with these tips from African Conservation Photodestinations.
Photo tips for conservation areas
Make the most of your trip to the parks with the inside scoop on photo opportunities from conservationists Peter Chadwick and Arne Purves.
Mother elephant rescues calf
Animals never stop amazing us! Ian and Debbie McFarlane share their special sighting of an elephant herd helping a distressed calf.
Surprised by a swimming tortoise
The leopard or mountain tortoise is easy to spot in Addo Elephant National Park. South Africa’s largest chelonian is also a good swimmer, as I witnessed first hand during my recent trip to Addo. By Romi Boom
Night of the leopards
This photo sequence of two mating leopards was taken by Elisabeth Taucher on her visit to the Kruger National Park in November 2012. Have you been as lucky as our featured photographer?
One brave leopard
This young leopard was having a nap when the sound of crunching bones distracted him! The big cat went to investigate and found himself cornered by two hyenas. Photographs by Chad Cocking.
Wild greets contributors Piet Heymans and Colin Paterson-Jones
The pages of Wild magazine wouldn’t be as beautiful, eye-catching or interesting without the work of our passionate photographers. Sadly, at the start of this year, we lost two great contributors.
Photographer Etienne Oosthuizen was on cloud nine when he managed to spot two male lions in a territorial fight.