Mareike Schadach

photography & storytelling

 

for our nature and our wildlife
for environmental education
for nature conservation
for making a change

Welcome!

My name is Mareike.

I’m a photographer and storyteller specializing in wildlife, landscape and conservation topics. I’m based in Berlin, Germany.

I want to give nature and wildlife a voice with my pictures and let them speak to you.

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Great Bustards in Havelländisches Luch in Germany - Großtrappen in Deutschland

Great Bustards – Bird Protection in the “Havelländisches Luch”

In 1996, the Great Bustard was in Germany on the verge of extinction. Only 57 individuals were left. Through a breeding program, habitat conservation and predator management, the population grew again to over 300 animals. Today, many birdwatchers come to the Havelländisches Luch to observe the courtship of the Great Bustards. A nature experience that would no longer be possible without the commitment of the conservationists.

Northern White Rhinos Ol Pejeta - Nördliches Breitmaulnashorn (Ceratotherium simum cottoni)

The last two Northern White Rhinos

The Northern White Rhino is on the verge of extinction. There are only two living animals left – two females. They live closely guarded in Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya. The international BioRescue consortium is trying to make the impossible possible with frozen sperm, advanced assisted reproductive technologies, and stem cell-associated techniques.

Giraffe Centre Nairobi - Rothschild's giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi)- Rothschild Giraffe

Conservation breeding in the Giraffe Center Nairobi

The Rothschild Giraffe is one of the most endangered giraffe subspecies, mainly due to habitat loss. The Giraffe Centre Nairobi is raising public awereness about this endangered species and is well known for successful conservation breeding and environmental education.

Reticulated Giraffes Samburu National Park - Netzgiraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis reticulata)

Hey, Giraffe! Nice to meet you!

IUCN has classified the giraffe as vulnerable due to a decrease in total population of 36-40% between 1985 and 2015. Yet they receive far less attention than other animals in Africa. This article is the continuation of my article on the Giraffe Center Nairobi with facts and interesting details about our largest land animal.

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