Wildlife Photography Gallery

Our collection of photographs have all been taken by volunteers or staff on our projects in southern Africa. Apply now and you could be coming home with photos just like these!

Riley the Bush Baby

Riley the Bush Baby

Riley the Bush Baby

Riley the Bush Baby

Riley is one of the bush babies currently being looked after by volunteers at Khulula Wild care

Bobby Arrives at Khulula

Bobby  Arrives at Khulula

Bobby Arrives at Khulula

Bobby  Arrives at Khulula

Bobby the baby rhino arrives at Khulula Wild Care

Baby Baboon

Baby Baboon

Baby Baboon

Baby Baboon

A baby baboon spotted by the volunteers at Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Outside Classrooms

Outside Classrooms

Outside Classrooms

Outside Classrooms

Volunteers learn in the field

Ear Notching White Rhino

Ear Notching White Rhino

Ear Notching White Rhino

Ear Notching White Rhino

Volunteers assist the vets in the field ear notching white rhino

Rhino Ear Notching

Rhino Ear Notching

Rhino Ear Notching

Rhino Ear Notching

The volunteers assist the vet in the field ear notching white rhino

Giraffe Capture

Giraffe Capture

Giraffe Capture

Giraffe Capture

The team work hard to move the giraffe safely onto the truck for relocation

Rifle Shooting

Rifle Shooting

Rifle Shooting

Rifle Shooting

Volunteers on the Game Ranger Guide Course learn many skills, one of which is rifle shooting.

Close encounter with a leopard

Close encounter with a leopard

Close encounter with a leopard

Close encounter with a leopard

At Phinda volunteers head out at night to track the elusive leopard. Once located and darted with a sedative, the volunteers help secure a radio collar and collect data on their condition

Feeding Riley the Bush Baby

Feeding Riley the Bush Baby

Feeding Riley the Bush Baby

Feeding Riley the Bush Baby

Volunteers at Khulula are required to feed the animals each day. All the animals have different diets and nutritional needs

Research Boat

Research Boat

Research Boat

Research Boat

"At the Mauritius Dolphin Conservation project, for three months I had the best office in the world" Brian Christie

Baby Sperm Whale

Baby Sperm Whale

Baby Sperm Whale

Baby Sperm Whale

The volunteers received a phone call from a local fisherman who reported that a baby sperm whales was trapped by the reef

Baby Chameleon

Baby Chameleon

Baby Chameleon

Baby Chameleon

It's not just the baby mammals that need looking after at Khulula Wild Care

Monitoring Bottlenose Dolphins

Monitoring Bottlenose Dolphins

Monitoring Bottlenose Dolphins

Monitoring Bottlenose Dolphins

In the wild, these sleek swimmers can reach speeds of over 18 miles (30 kilometers) an hour.

Riley the Bush Baby

Riley the Bush Baby

Riley the Bush Baby

Riley the Bush Baby

When the female is ready to give birth, she goes into hiding so that the male will not kill the young. For 3 days she remains hidden, suckling & protecting her tiny offspring. The youngsters are weaned after 6 weeks & can feed themselves by 8 weeks. At 4 months they are fully grown. In captivity, when they are fed regularly all year round, bush babies breed constantly throughout the year.