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Today I fell off a southern corroboree frog. It's a wonder these guys are the endangered ones... 🐸 #fightingextinction #melbournezoo #zoosvic #idiot @zoosvictoria


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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This will be my office for the next few weeks. Jealous? I’m pumped for this massive field work project in the Capertee Valley, NSW. Sandstone cliffs, forested valleys, endangered honeyeaters and scientific investigations: a perfect combo!
#regenthoneyeater #regenthoneyeaterproject #outdooroffice #wildlifeconservation #conservation #fieldwork #scientist #ilovescience #australia #fightingextinction #ilovemyjob #roadtrip #camping #newsouthwales #blessed #projectmanager #ecology


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Over the last 25 years, the giraffe population has dropped by 40%. They've now been added to the RED LIST of endangered species.

Why? They're being hunted as trophies by foreign visitors (mainly hunters from the USA). Hunting is not a sport. It's an uneccesary act of cruelty. 💔

#worldgiraffeday


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Work today was fine, I guess 🦒❤️🦒 #zoosvictoria #fightingextinction #werribeezoo


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Big Thembi was a bit peckish today, loved his carrots 😄🥕🦒 Thanks for the belated bday surprise @kate_et and the crew at @zoosvictoria for looking after us 🙌 #werribeezoo #fightingextinction


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#Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Today we got to hang out with these absolute beauties ahead of World Giraffe Day this Thursday 🦒thank you so much for having us @zoosvictoria - your conservation efforts are amazing 🦒🧡 #werribeezoo #fightingextinction #zoosvictoria


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Johari. 14 years old. Handsome as can be. Basically the lion version of Mick Jagger. And here’s a picture mid-awkward lick because it’s Wednesday!

#lion #africanlion #pantheraleo @zoosvictoria #zoosvictoria #werribeezoo #werribeeopenrangezoo #fightingextinction #beadsforwildlife #conservation #endangeredspecies #lick #hairtips #humpday


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I'm not sure what's sadder, this old taxidermy or that this is the only Orange Bellied Parrot many people have ever seen. #fightingextinction


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction
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That time I got to watch a Southern White Rhino undergo a health check on my second day on the job. With around just 20,000 of these rhinos left in the wild, these checks are an important part of the zoo’s breeding program. The work these keepers, vets and specialists do is mind blowing and their dedication to conservation gives me all the feels. So lucky to be a small part of this amazing organisation!
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#zoo #werribeezoo #werribeeopenrangezoo #fightingextinction #zoosvictoria #animals #rhino #southerwhiterhino #zookeepers #bestjobever


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I took this picture last week, but today I’m reminded that I have one of the best jobs in the world working alongside some of the most amazing animals and people.
#westernlowlandgorilla #callingonyou #zoosvictoria #werribeeopenrangezoo #werribeezoo #fightingextinction #gorillagorillagorilla


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#Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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A favourite breakfast at my home, Chocolate/peanut butter (salted, with added nutrition) nice cream and an endless supply of blueberries


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction
#myownboss #mlmleader


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#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost
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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid - Birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen. I want to say once more, I’m humbled by the support and unimaginable kindness extended to me by those at Invermark Estate; ignoring my presence is all I asked, and you continue to do that. Thank you. Congratulations a new soul is born 💚 - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid and @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo @geomagazin to see more of work, life, and death in the Cairngorms, Scotland - @lady_li_mac @maclennangarry @artfuldodgersimaging @rabia.kader @filmsnotdead @hellokiosk @francescamaffeogallery #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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"Tigers go RAAAAWWWWWWRR!!!" 🐯
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Another fun day @melbourne_zoo hanging with his main man Hutan the tiger! (Even had to wear his tiger tshirt and trackies! 😍) @zoosvictoria #zootigers #melbournezoo #fightingextinction #loveallanimals #familyfunday #tigersareawesome #roar #rawwwr #lovetigers #bigcatsforever #anddinosaurs #gotmuddy @manlyglitersparkles


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#Repost @edmontonvalleyzoo
Happy 5th Birthday 🎂 Indira! Indira is a #snowleopard that lives here at #yegzoo! Indira came to us in 2014 from @zoodegranbyofficiel. Indira is an integral part of her Species Survival plan as snow leopards are an endangered species. #WhyZoosMatter #SavingSpecies #FightingExtinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid - the dappled light from surrounding trees falls on a large scale photographic print from the series ‘beast’ - this is from ongoing work in the north of scotland #invermarkestate #cairngormsnationalpark and is currently on show alongside existing work from #hunters and community based conservation in the rangelands of #northernkenya #withbutterfliesandwarriors at La Gacilly-Baden Photo Festival - I’m delighted to have work on show here and have the opportunity to lead groups around the exhibit - beautifully curated and showing outdoors in the spectacular gardens in Baden, Austria, so powerful putting this work back into a living landscape. Really focuses ones attention as to how important maintaining the worlds delicate ecosystems really is. Powerful work in a delicate beautiful landscape 👍🏿👍🏼 La Gacilly-Baden Photo-festival -Thank you for your incredible support @photofestivallagacilly #baden #conservation #wildlife @thephotosociety @hellokiosk @natgeo @geomagazin @everydayextinction @rabia.kader @artfuldodgersimaging @francescamaffeogallery @filmsnotdead #fightingextinction 🙏🏼🙏🏿🌻 repost from, and thanks to, the wonderful @edalcock


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Isn't this the truth? 💜
#Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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What a hero!
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Happy 5th Birthday 🎂 Indira! Indira is a #snowleopard that lives here at #yegzoo! Indira came to us in 2014 from @zoodegranbyofficiel. Indira is an integral part of her Species Survival plan as snow leopards are an endangered species. #WhyZoosMatter #SavingSpecies #FightingExtinction


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#Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Huge fan of Sir David! 😇💜💜😇 #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Repost from @natgeo using @RepostRegramApp - Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction @tempat_wisata_terindah #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction #sanparks #krugerpark #okavango #africanature #aboutsouthafrica #travelafrica #okavangodelta #giraffes


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With a coastline that's more than 2500km in length, monitoring, protecting and saving Victoria's marine wildlife is no small task.

Today is World Oceans Day and we're extremely proud of the AGL Marine Response Unit (aka the knights of the sea) who help protect and save the precious wildlife who live in our oceans.
Special thank you to our partners, @delwp_vic, @parksvic and @aglenergy.

#WorldOceansDay #MarineWildlife #FightingExtinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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This would SO be me 😔 #Repost @natgeo with @get_repost
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction
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He's still on my top 10 of who would you invite to dinner list. We have to disconnect to re connect.
#Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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I love this photo.
#Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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It's happening! Thanks to @albordearq and the dedicated cacao producers we work with, we are finishing up the construction of the first collection centre and community house in Tesoro Escondido! #washuchocolate #jungle #cacao #architecture #forest #conservation #fightingextinction #eatchocolatesavetherainforest #allyouneedisecuador


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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If this photo doesn't make your heart melt then we don't know what will! 😍

With only about 40 left in the wild, the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby is one of Australia's most critically endangered animals.

But thanks to our joint partnership with the ACT government as well as funding from the Australian Government's threatened species recovery fund, this adorable little wallaby's future is looking brighter ☀️ with the announcement of a $650,000 initiative to support its reintroduction into the wild.

#fightingextinction #conservation #rockwallaby #wallaby #animalphotos


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One of my #heroes #DavidAttenborough .
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#Repost @thephotosociety (@get_repost)
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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough ‘Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #bbc #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough ‘Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #bbc #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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For #WorldEnvironmentDay a
#Repost from @everydayextinction, very close to my current ‘home’ @lewa_wildlife. 💚 ・・・
Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #bbc #blackrhino #northernkenya #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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#Repost @natgeo amazing to see our son on National Geographic Instagram 😍
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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Photograph by @chancellordavid - the birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms National Park, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid to see more work and projects @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #bbc #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction #Repost @everydayextinction with @insta.save.repost • • •


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid of Sir David Attenborough talking with a blind black rhino calf Nicky @lewa_wildlife northern Kenya - “I’ve always felt that Sir David Attenborough is part of my family, an uncle maybe, who travelled the World bringing stories of other Worlds to us. He’d talk to us through that magic window, presenting us with all manner of marvellous creatures seemingly known only to him. Many years, and a lifetime later, I found myself sitting in a Land Rover listening to that voice of reason; we all know and understand far more of the world thanks to Sir David. A world that has changed immeasurably, but the man remains constant, a bright light that we should all follow. It’s clear to me that If we do not lead by example and teach our children that it’s not our God given right to take what we want, when we want, then there is little hope for the myriad of creatures who inhabitant this planet alongside us. We must lead by example. Their World is no longer their own, infinite can no longer be used in Africa or elsewhere, animals are finite - with Sir David Attenborough 'Africa’ for the @bbc - to see more of my work and projects follow me here @chancellordavid @natgeo @thephotosociety and @everydayextinction #davidattenborough #bbc #blackrhino #northernkenya #conserving #conservation #withbutterfliesandwarriors #northernkenya #fightingextinction


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Today was a good day at work. Had the pleasure of heading out and doing some experiences as the “talent” for a photographer and took every opportunity to take a heap of pictures of the beautiful animals at the Zoo.
This is a very cheeky Kipenzi, who spent a good portion of the afternoon sneaking food away from her mum, then chasing geese and zebra.

#southernehiterhinoceros #Ceratotheriumsimumsimum #rhinofunduganda @rhinofunduganda #zoosvictoria @zoosvictoria #fightingextinction #werribeeopenrangezoo #werribeezoo #offroadsafari #bestjobever #zoo


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Washu Chocolate en acción al Salón del Chocolate 2018 en Quito! #washuchocolate #salondelchocolate #forest #conservation #fightingextinction #allyouneedisecuador


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Ven, disfruta de un chocolate con sabor a conservación y sé parte de la conservación del hábitat de especies en peligro de extinción!
Hoy en el Salón del Chocolate en #quito! #washuchocolate #salondelchocolate #forest #conservation #fightingextinction #allyouneedisecuador


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Estamos en el Salón del Chocolate en #quito! Vengan a vernos para proteger la selva y disfrutar de un buen chocolate 100% #ecuatoriano.
#washuchocolate #forest #conservation #eatchocolatesavetherainforest #salondelchocolate #allyouneedisecuador #fightingextinction


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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid - Birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen. I want to say once more, I’m humbled by the support and unimaginable kindness extended to me by those at Invermark Estate; ignoring my presence is all I asked, and you continue to do that. Thank you. Congratulations a new soul is born 💚 - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid and @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo @geomagazin to see more of work, life, and death in the Cairngorms, Scotland - @lady_li_mac @maclennangarry @artfuldodgersimaging @rabia.kader @filmsnotdead @hellokiosk @francescamaffeogallery #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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What an absolute privilege my family have being followed by @chancellordavid for @geomagazin and @natgeo. So lucky to have the birth of our son captured on camera, we feel so fortunate and blessed. I am so pleased I agreed to do this. Thank you David for everything. #davidchancellor #nationgeographic #birthofourson #firstbreaths #momentforlife ・・・
Birth of the keepers son, Lachlan Alistair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen. I want to say once more, I’m humbled by the support and unimaginable kindness extended to me by those at Invermark Estate; ignoring my presence is all I asked, and you continue to do that. Thank you. Follow my journey here @chancellordavid and @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo @geomagazin to see more of work, life, and death in the Cairngorms, Scotland - @lady_li_mac @maclennangarry @artfuldodgersimaging @rabia.kader @filmsnotdead @hellokiosk @francescamaffeogallery #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Birth of the gamekeepers son, Lachlan Alastair - 30.05.18 - 14.02H - 7lbs 9 - breathing new life and hope into the Cairngorms, Invermark, Scotland - for generations these remote lands have been watched over by generations of gamekeepers. Skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. We are encroaching upon wild spaces at an alarming rate, boxing wildlife into smaller spaces, restricting its movement with walls, fences, and in many cases simply by our very presence on lands they previously moved freely across. The majority no longer understand that we all have a part to play in defining our relationship with both the land and the wildlife that it supports. We have become consumers no longer aware, or even caring about the origins of much of what we consume. Some do care, and thankfully that brings hope for us all. We must listen to those who have for generations shared these landscapes with wildlife, we for certain won’t agree with everything that they have to say, and many of their actions may initially confound us, but let’s at least listen. I want to say once more, I’m humbled by the support and unimaginable kindness extended to me by those at Invermark Estate; ignoring my presence is all I asked, and you continue to do that. Thank you. Congratulations a new soul is born 💚 - Follow my journey here @chancellordavid and @thephotosociety @everydayextinction @natgeo @geomagazin to see more of work, life, and death in the Cairngorms, Scotland - @lady_li_mac @maclennangarry @artfuldodgersimaging @rabia.kader @filmsnotdead @hellokiosk @francescamaffeogallery #conserving #conservation #scotland #cairngormsnationalpark #highlands #wildlife #fightingextinction


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Bilagal is in safe hands. Trust for Nature facilitated the transfer of this precious 20 ha habitat for Helmeted Honeyeater and Leadbeater Possum to the public.
It was bought with fundraising by the Judith Eardley Saves Wildlife Association (never underestimate the power of a motivated secondhand shop!) and input from the Myer Foundation. Great support from Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater.
Celebrated today with Dep Premier James Merlino. #fightingextinction


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Happy to have my artwork in Birding Magazine! This article highlights the critically endangered 'Akikiki, which @kauaiforestbirds diligently works to protect. Thanks @americanbirdingassociation for featuring us and for all the good work you do!


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