Thalita Calvi, the resident vet at Chimfunshi Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Zambia, gives us an exclusive interview about the ins and outs of life caring for rescued chimpanzees and other exotic animals.
Sam Cox, African Impact's photography coordinator speaks about the synthesis between field guides and photography. The benefits of training field guides to take photographs of the animals they encounter may increase their knowledge and play to their interests in conservation.
Photography assistant, Marvin Mechelse, sends advice to photographers travelling to Africa. He outlines the importance of selecting the right camera for the trip depending on your photography style.
Nothing lures in animal lovers, tourists, travelers and adventurers to South Africa quite like the "Big 5". Have you ever heard of the 'little five', the 'botany five', the 'ugly five' and the 'secretive seven' or the 'big 6 birds'?
Currently, just 10% of the waste generated every day in Africa is collected. The rest ends up in dump sites and the surrounding environment. Read how African Impact are working alongside communities in Zambia to reduce plastic pollution.
Photography and research volunteer, Nathaniel Cohen, emphasizes the importance of ID kits and how taking photographs on game drives can assist conservation efforts.
Amalie Hertel, animal assistance volunteer in Cape Town, got to experience four weeks in the life of a South African animal welfare veterinarian.