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South Wales Wildlife Photographer Mic Clark photographs birds and animals in their natural habitats from locations in the UK and around the World.

I have had a deep passion for wildlife and Wildlife Conservation since my childhood and now travel around the world just for wildlife photography.

My photos have been published in books, magazines and both national and international newspapers around the World.

My Images are for sale through Alamy
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Bengal Tiger

The tiger is the largest member of the cat family.

My photos were taken at -

Kanha Tiger Reserve, which is the largest national park of Madhya Pradesh;

Bandhavgarh National Park which is in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh;

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, which is located in Chandrapur district of Maharastra and is the oldest and largest national park in Maharashtra; 

Ranthambore National Park, which is one of the biggest and most renowned national parks in Northern India. The park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of south eastern Rajasthan. Ranthambore Fort lies within the national park and is the former hunting ground of the Maharajahs of Jaipur. Ranthambore Fort was declared a Unesco World Heritage site 2013.

Leopards

I have taken photos of leopards in three different countries:-

Sri Lankan Leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya)

The Sri Lankan leopard has been classified as endangered by the IUCN and is a leopard subspecies that is native to this country. My Sri Lankan Leopard photos were taken at Yala National Park which is located in the south eastern region of Sri Lanka; and Wilpattu National Park, which lies on the northwest coast and spans the border between North Central Province and North Western Province of Sri Lanka.

Indian Leopard (Panthera pardusfusca)

The Indian leopard is one of five big cats that make their home in India. Like all leopards, the Indian leopard is covered with dark spots, which are called rosettes because they look like a rose. I have only seen and photographed the Indian Leopard at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve.

African Leopard (Panthera pardus pardus)
Leopards can be found in various places around the world. They live in Sub-Saharan Africa, North east Africa, Asia, India and China.  Leopards are solitary animals and spend most of their time alone. The only time I saw and photographed an African leopard was on safari at Lake Nakuru in Kenya, where a leopardess was walking with her two cubs following a little distance behind her.

Indian Sloth Bear (Melursus ursinus ursinus)

The sloth bear is the most widespread bear species in India, where it mostly found in areas with forest cover.                                                                                                                                    These animals are unique among bear species in that they feed primarily on ants and termites.      The females carry their young on their back.

Sri Lankan sloth bear (Melursus ursinus inornatus)

The Sri Lankan sloth bear is smaller than the Indian Sloth Bear.

                                                                               

 

 

 



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Wildlife Photography by Mic Clark

Wildlife Photography by Mic Clark