is celebrating its 45th anniversary this year by launching its first ever photographic competition. It wants striking photos of tribal and indigenous peoples from every corner of the planet. Winning entries will be published in Survival’s 2015 calendar and be exhibited at The Little Black Gallery in London. The outright winner will receive an Olympus camera E-PM2, worth about £300, donated by Olympus. CLICK
to read the rules and enter the competition. The closing date for entries is 31 March. Shown is a Hadza child in Tanzania eating honey
, photographed by Joanna Eede for Survival. Hadza hunters use the song of an African bird to guide them to bees’ nests in baobab trees. Honey is a treat for their kids.