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  1. My OH has been shortlisted for the third consecutive year in this competiton (DSLR fauna). I have never been shortlisted. What am I doing wrong???!! I actually take a lot of credit for this shot. I was driving and couldn't get an angle from my side of the car and so I positioned it for him. I saw the second kite appear and told him when to press the shutter. It was his first photo of our 2016 KTP trip! It is the first photo in my TR (can't seem to work out how to put photos in from gallery directly on the iPad)
  2. Win an incredible £8,000 five night safari for two to Botswana. All money raised will support rhinos, for Save the Rhino & Wilderness Wildlife Trust.Rhinos could face extinction within 10 years. A £20 raffle ticket will help raise money to relocate rhinos to safety as part of the cross border rhino translocation project. Enter charity safari raffle Donated by Aardvark Safaris and its partners in Botswana, all proceeds go directly to two charities. All money raised will support rhino conservation, being split between the Wilderness Wildlife Trust for the largest ever cross border translocation of critically endangered rhino from areas with a high risk of poaching to the safe haven of Botswana and Save the Rhino International to help their work. The winner will enjoy a 5-day luxury safari for two that explores game-packed destinations in Botswana helping to protect endangered species, including elephant, rhino and big cats. About Save the Rhino International Save the Rhino International works to conserve genetically viable populations of critically endangered rhinoceros species in the wild. We do this by fundraising for and making grants to rhino- and community-based conservation projects in Africa and Asia. UK Charity Registration No. 1035072 About Wilderness Wildlife Trust The Botswana Rhino Reintroduction Project is a true success story: Collaborative conservation efforts between Wilderness Safaris, Wilderness Wilderness Trust, Botswana’s Department of Wildlife (DWNP) and the Botswana Government have realised a dream with the successful reintroduction of black and white rhino into the wilds of the Okavango Delta. Enter rhino charity raffle to win a safari
  3. If you’ve ever travelled to any of our safari camps you’ll be very familiar with our Wilderness Safaris reusable water bottles. Whether plastic or aluminium, guests refill their bottles from dispensers in our camps’ main areas, dramatically decreasing the need for pre-bottled water. This filtered water comes from water osmosis filtration plants which we have installed in our various concessions. We’re running a competition and Facebook and would love you to share photos of YOUR bottle (or bottles!) on safari… and we want to reward you! We have a copy of Colin Bell and David Bristow’s much talked-about Africa’s Finest to award to the best ‘water bottle in situ’ photo – this beautiful (and seriously impressive in content as well as size) book features the most sustainable and responsible safari destinations in sub-Saharan Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands. We are very proud that as many as 16 of our camps were included in this edition, quite a coup for our sustainability practices, we hope you’ll agree! Post your photos on our Facebook page at, thank you! Ts & Cs Prize draw will take place on 30 January 2014 Winner will be the image on our Facebook page with the most likes at the end of the promotion period Judge’s decision is final and prizes not exchangeable for cash Employees of Wilderness Safaris not eligible for the prizes

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