WildlifeDirect is launching Season Two of the Wildlife Warriors Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition on August 1st, 2020, and is now inviting nature lovers, amateur and professional photographers from anywhere in East Africa; Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, and Rwanda.
In this edition of Wildlife Tracks, we share with you our continued efforts to secure the future of Nairobi National Park and highlights from “My Wild Africa” films that premiered on Citizen TV in mid-May. We also share with you a snippet of our 2019 activities as well as showcase photos from nature enthusiasts across the country who participated in season one of the Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition.
Under the banner of Conservation Alliance of Kenya, over 200 people came together from June 12-14 to address the question, “how can we ensure the management plan commits to protecting the unique, immeasurable ecological value and potential of the park for the public in Nairobi and beyond?”
The Wildlife Warriors Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition Series One has concluded on the theme was Our Wildlife Our Pride which received 104 images from 41 amazing photographers. Since the competition began on March 17th, 2020, it has been 12 amazing weeks of 1051 incredible photos from 246 different photographers.
We are thrilled to launch the Wildlife Warriors Kids weekly newsletter that brings to you content on wildlife and nature in the most child-friendly manner. If you have children or grandchildren, know parents with kids, are a teacher, or are engaged with family groups, please share this.
This week, the Wildlife Warriors Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition on the theme BIZARRE BEAUTIES received 89 photos from 31 different photographers.
This week, the #WILDLIFEWARRIORS NATURE’S TREASURES PHOTO COMPETITION on the theme NON – MAMMAL PORTRAITS received 93 photos from 29 different photographers. The judges were impressed by the quality of the images submitted.
This week, the #WILDLIFEWARRIORS PHOTO COMPETITION on the theme HUMANS HELPING NATURE received 70 photos from 27 different photographers. The judges were moved by the stories behind each image. This week’s winners captured three different themes of how humans are making the planet a better place by planting trees, rescuing wildlife, and cleaning up our rivers.