A WORLD FIRST!! The Greatest Conservation-based Photography Awards on Earth!
CORAL REEFS The source of Life to more than 25% of Fish in the Oceans around the World is being lost daily!
SHARK CONSERVATION Little is known about these Apex Predators, but populations are on the decline!
PACHYDERMS Highlighting the research of Elephants, and the poaching affecting elephant populations!
Animography is a global photography competition with it’s primary goal being to draw attention to the beauty of animals through creative photography, and at the same time drawing attention to global conservation issues that face our planet!
All Competition categories are based on conservation issues facing that Continent at that particular time. The idea is to feature a different continent each year, focusing on various issues facing them and applying categories to highlight the problem and work being done in these areas. The categories, however, should be broad enough to allow people from all around the world to be able to enter with images taken either from that continent or elsewhere.
Hopefully conservation bodies and NGO’s can then also use the competition to highlight the issues they are trying to solve. But at the heart of it, this still remains a photographic competition which should inspire people to take part, showcase their incredible photography, as well as allow us to assist in bringing more attention to various conservation issue.
It is with great sadness that we have to announce that due to the lasting effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have decided to put the competition on hold. Not knowing what the future holds for travel, and also the fact that people are not entirely focused on NEW Competitions at the moment, we just feel this is not the right time and environment to persue this new and exciting project. Hopefully, in the future once all travel has returned to normal, we can once again persue this Competition.
Our apologies to all those who have entered. Plans will be made to refund your entry fees.
Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) is a non-profit organisation committed to the protection of wildlife and to the sustainable use of natural resources in the Lower Zambezi in Zambia.
The South African Shark Conservancy (SASC) is an NGO based in Hermanus, Western Cape. Our mission is to promote the sustainable use and conservation of living marine resources using a holistic research approach.
Nature Seychelles is a leading environmental organisation in the Western Indian Ocean. It is the largest and oldest environment NGO in the Seychelles archipelago, where it is involved in environmental conservation and management.