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Neil Aldridge

The eye of a zebra catches the last light of the day as it looks up while drinking at river in South Africa. One of Africa’s most recognisable species, the plains zebra is almost entirely confined to protected areas and, with its population decreasing, reminds us that even our most iconic wildlife needs our protection.

BIO: Neil Aldridge is a conservationist, photographer and filmmaker who uses his work to raise awareness and support for endangered wildlife and threatened places. Having grown up in Africa, he has committed many years to championing the continent’s species. His images have won awards including World Press, the overall title of European Wildlife Photographer of the Year and two British Wildlife Photography Awards. Neil is invested in developing the future of conservation storytelling through his work as a lecturer at Falmouth University in Cornwall, England.

WEBSITE: conservationphotojournalism.com
INSTAGRAM: @aldridgephoto
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The eye of a zebra catches the last light of the day as it looks up while drinking at river in South Africa. One of Africa’s most recognisable species, the plains zebra is almost entirely confined to protected areas and, with its population decreasing, reminds us that even our most iconic wildlife needs our protection.<br />
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BIO: Neil Aldridge is a conservationist, photographer and filmmaker who uses his work to raise awareness and support for endangered wildlife and threatened places. Having grown up in Africa, he has committed many years to championing the continent’s species. His images have won awards including World Press, the overall title of European Wildlife Photographer of the Year and two British Wildlife Photography Awards. Neil is invested in developing the future of conservation storytelling through his work as a lecturer at Falmouth University in Cornwall, England.<br />
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WEBSITE: conservationphotojournalism.com<br />
INSTAGRAM: @aldridgephoto