An orphaned reticulated giraffe nuzzles Sarara Camp wildlife keeper Lekupania. This giraffe was rehabilitated and returned to the wild. The image is among those being sold to raise money for Conservation International to help wildlife parks and those who depend on them for work survive the pandemic. Photo: Prints For Nature/Ami Vitale An orphaned reticulated giraffe nuzzles Sarara Camp wildlife keeper Lekupania. This giraffe was rehabilitated and returned to the wild. The image is among those being sold to raise money for Conservation International to help wildlife parks and those who depend on them for work survive the pandemic. Photo: Prints For Nature/Ami Vitale
An orphaned reticulated giraffe nuzzles Sarara Camp wildlife keeper Lekupania. This giraffe was rehabilitated and returned to the wild. The image is among those being sold to raise money for Conservation International to help wildlife parks and those who depend on them for work survive the pandemic. Photo: Prints For Nature/Ami Vitale

Photography

Wildlife photographs on sale to fund conservation, badly hit by pandemic – NatGeo stars and others donate fine art prints

  • The pandemic has halted tourism, and without money coming in to fund conservation, poaching is on the increase
  • Wildlife photographers have donated fine art photos for sale, with proceeds going to Conservation International. Their prices start rising after Black Friday

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An orphaned reticulated giraffe nuzzles Sarara Camp wildlife keeper Lekupania. This giraffe was rehabilitated and returned to the wild. The image is among those being sold to raise money for Conservation International to help wildlife parks and those who depend on them for work survive the pandemic. Photo: Prints For Nature/Ami Vitale An orphaned reticulated giraffe nuzzles Sarara Camp wildlife keeper Lekupania. This giraffe was rehabilitated and returned to the wild. The image is among those being sold to raise money for Conservation International to help wildlife parks and those who depend on them for work survive the pandemic. Photo: Prints For Nature/Ami Vitale
An orphaned reticulated giraffe nuzzles Sarara Camp wildlife keeper Lekupania. This giraffe was rehabilitated and returned to the wild. The image is among those being sold to raise money for Conservation International to help wildlife parks and those who depend on them for work survive the pandemic. Photo: Prints For Nature/Ami Vitale
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