Africa In Focus

Africa In Focus: "The mainstream thinking now is that Africa is different and we could get it right if we want. The choice is fully ours, and it is now time for us to define what we want."

African Development Bank (AFDB) President, Dr. Donald Kaberuka.

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Kim Wolhuter Wins Gerald Durrell Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

South Africa passionate wildlife film maker and Photographer, Kim Wolhuter was recently awarded the Gerald Durrell Award for endangered life species at the 2012 Veolia  Environment wildlife photographer Awards of the  Natural History Museum in London.This makes him one of the  Wildlife photographer of the year.

The Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide.

Kim lives among the beasts and strives to create awareness for Africa's wild places and its animals.

According to him, “I have travelled with them on foot, in the pack itself, running with them as they hunt.”

The picture that won him the accolade

Kim has been filming African wildlife dogs at Zimbabwe’s Malilangwe village for more than twenty years.

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