赵超是中国野生鸟类和灵长类动物研究人员，也是知名的自然摄影师和录音师。近年来在西南地区从事鸟类和灵长类研究工作，主要关注火干扰对鸟类群落和多样性的影响，获得野生动植物保护硕士学位。2015年与其同事一起描述了灵长类新物种“白颊猕猴”（Macaca leucogenys），这是世界上第二种由中国人发现并命名的灵长类动物。此外，他还发现了黑胸楔嘴鹩鹛（Sphenocichla humei）等物种的新纪录，也是少数几位在中国观察鸟类超过1050种的观鸟者。
Chao Zhao is a researcher on wild birds and primates in China, and he is also a natural photographer and mixer. In recent years, his research is mainly conducted in the Southwestern areas and focused on disturbs of fire on birds and biodiversity, and he has got a master degree in biologicalconservation. In 2015, Zhao and his colleagues described a new founded primate species Macaca leucogenys, which is the second primate species founded and named by Chinese. Zhao also have some new bird records, such as Sphenocichla humei, and is one of few birders who have recorded more than 1050 species.
Zhao Chao also worked as a scientific research leader for 7 years in China’s National Geographic magazine. He has been working in the remote areas of China and overseas countries for a long time, and is involved in planning and organizing the China National Geographic Feather Instant Wild Bird Photo Contest entitled Flying Feathers - A Wonderful Picture of Chinese Wild Birds. Assisted in the establishment of China National Geographic “Scientific Research Volunteer” project platform. His summer camp, which he participated in planning and organizing, was one of the earliest natural education practice activities in China. In addition, he is also keen to participate in the wildlife conservation work of domestic and foreign conservation agencies, and for the first time in the Sino-Vietnamese border karst forest, a clear picture of the endangered species eastern black crested gibbon (Nomascus nasutus) is published in the National Geographic magazine. A large number of Chinese wild animal pictures were published in China National Geographic, Museum, Huaxia Geography and other media, contributing to the protection of wildlife. In 2015, he and his like-minded partners launched the “Yunshan Protection”, an organization that focuses on biodiversity conservation.