Top of the food chain: apex predators in focus

King of the jungle or biggest fish in the sea — what is it like to top the food chain with no natural predators? We asked five internationally-acclaimed Wild Shots photographers to share their thrilling captures of apex predators ahead of the Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Symposium on 2 November 2019, to better understand how these alpha species are critical to flourishing ecosystems.

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Wild 48 spring 2019 preview

When the trees are decked in fresh green leaves, all the more reason to travel with your Wild Card. This spring our special Green Issue helps you pick the top spots that are helping to save the planet.

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World Ranger Day 2019

On 31 July we celebrate World Ranger Day in appreciation of the guardians looking after our natural heritage. Every day these men and women risk their lives for our wildlife and natural environment. Wild takes a peek behind the scenes to find out what the job entails.

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Wild Nature

Top spots for ticking rare sightings

Over the years, we’ve had the privilege of visiting 18 of South Africa’s national parks. Aside from big and impressive wildlife, we’re more than often surprised by our parks’ lesser seen mammal species. But where to find them? Judging by our adventures, the Kruger, Kgalagadi, Mokala and Mountain Zebra national parks rarely disappoint.

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