Bandstand Cafe, Conservation through Observation – Africa

Jay Collier
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A collection of Jay Collier’s images of African Wildlife.

With the illegal trafficking of wildlife and animal products being the third largest illegal trade next to drugs and weapons worldwide, it is often overseen that Africa’s wildlife does not have an endless supply.

In a country that does its best to conserve wildlife, corruption often overrules the conservation efforts and some species are now critically endangered.

Jay’s images are a reminder of the majestic beauty of Africa’s unique wildlife and culture, and serves as a reminder that these animals have far more value alive on this earth.

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