The Perfect World Foundation

Shannon Wild

Shannon Wild

I’m an Australian wildlife photographer, author and presenter based in Africa and an official contributing photographer and cinematographer for WildAid.  

One of my greatest motivations is to create images that ignite a sense of fascination and appreciation in the viewer but more so to encourage involvement and responsibility in their preservation.

I am in a very privileged position to work outside and surrounded by wildlife. I never lose sight of the fact that I get to see animals in the wild that some people may never get to, whether by proximity or impending extinction. It’s tragic to think that many people are not even aware of the serious plight of some animals, but there are also many people trying to change that, dedicating their lives to protecting the natural world and its stunning inhabitants. I’m often lucky to meet these people in my line of work.

I’ve been involved with many wildlife conservation programs in various countries over the years and used to be a volunteer wildlife carer/rescuer when I was still based in Australia. I specialized in reptile rescue and rehabilitation but work with all animals including bats, birds and mammals too. Now, on the ground in Africa my focus is especially on endangered African wildlife


The Perfect World Magazine

The Perfect World Magazine ett coffeetable-magasin med glansigt omslag, fyllt med inspirerande berättelser om djur, människor, vårt arbete och positiv förändring. När du köper vårt magasin får du inte bara timmar av bra läsning, du är också med och stöder vårt arbete. Tack för ditt stöd!

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The Perfect World Foundation

Kungsgatan 48A 
SE-411 15 Gothenburg, Sweden

Tel: +46 (0) 31-17 00 00
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