Let’s talk about the best locations where a wildlife artist can get the maximum inspiration. Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana: For those wildlife photographers, the thirst for finding the best shots never cease. So, here is another reserve which is best for wildlife photography. Central Kalahari Game Reserve in Bostwana is the perfect spot for the wildlife photography lovers. This park is home to South African Giraffe, bush elephant, white rhino, cape buffalo, spotted hyena, brown hyena, honey badger, meerkat, yellow mongoose, warthog etc. The landscape is another remarkable feature of this region. With dwarf trees, high golden grass and scrub bushes this place can give you those ideal shots.
Borneo: There are no roads in Borneo’s Tanjung Puting National Park, so you’ll be travelling by boat and on foot, staying in rainforest lodges and always with a close eye on the trees. Over 4,000 of the world’s few remaining orangutans live in this biodiversity hotspot, along with many species of reptiles, birds and mammals. You’ll often base yourselves around feeding stations, for the best chance of getting a memorable shot.
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Studying Fine Art at university enabled me to gain a clearer perspective on my future career. Having spent time working directly with threatened species, I realised that I wanted to combine my art with studies in the conservation of wildlife. To this end, after having completed a year at Staffordshire University, I decided to change courses and in 2016 began my degree in Wildlife Conservation at Liverpool John Moores University. See even more info at www.vlgstudios.com.