With more than 40,000 visitors in 4 days and more than 100 exhibitions, Montier is a unique event in Europe for nature photography
First ever close-up Photographer of the Year competition opens for entries.
A Celebration of British Wildlife The British Wildlife Photography Awards proudly announce the winners…
Kazakhstan’s vulnerable iconic snow leopards have been put under the spotlight in key research by University of Cumbria academics
Virginia McKenna Award for Compassionate Conservation 2018 goes to GRACE Director
Radio stations unite around the world for synchronised broadcast of SNARED IN AFRICA.
Born Free issues advice for keeping hedgehogs safe this autumn
Jared Lloyd has a new and interesting step-by-step video guide: ‘How to Reduce Noise like a Pro in Lightroom’ – An instructional tutorial on how to use Lightroom’s noise reduction feature.
The Society of German Nature Photographers presents the winning photographs of the competition European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018.
In April, evidence gathered by Elephant Family in Myanmar and China revealed the alarming escalation in the illegal trade in Asian elephant skin to …
The ‘L-Mount Alliance’ is a previously unparalleled form of collaboration that will particularly benefit the customers of all three partners. The …
A new study is urgently needed because Tawny Owl populations are thought to be in decline and BTO researchers wish to understand more about the …
Powerful imagery from the 2018 competition has been released, an effective catalyst for positive change
Striking leopard gecko and patterned autumnal leaves win Royal Society of Biology photography competition
The RSB has released the winning entries for their Photographer of the Year and Young Photographer of the Year competition.
The winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition are revealed at a ceremony at the Natural History Museum, London, which runs the international competition.
Log your ‘hogs: Hedgehog Street reveals which counties are recording the most hedgehog sightings.
Frans Lanting honoured with first Lifetime Achievement Award at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year ceremony in London.
CADIZ PHOTONATURE 2018 invites you to participate in their nature photo contest.
FROM WALTZING polar bears, to a hippopotamus that should have gone to Specsavers, the world’s funniest animal awards have their finalists – and this year you can vote for your favourite.
Johannes Wassermann from Italy wins with a documentation about hazel grouse in the mountain forest of South Tyrol. The Junior Prize goes to Mateusz Piesiak from Poland for his photographic long-term project Shades of Blue.
Image credit: Jill Pakenham / BTO The pecking order of garden birds is determined by…
This was the first systematic survey of rural hedgehog populations in England and Wales…
—– PRESS RELEASE —– Having completed its third year, Bird Photographer of the Year…
The SIGMA Corporation is pleased to announce that the definitive wide-aperture ultra-wide-angle zoom lens,…
Flowing arms, skins that change colour in an instant, dance battles and petite males disguised as females to trick their rivals – the courting behaviour of the alien-like Giant Australian Cuttlefish would look more at home in a Star Wars night club.
The Environmental Photographer of the Year 2018 is looking for the best environmental photography from around the world…
Wildlife Photographers United and Born Free are delighted to announce the launch of a new Kickstarter campaign to fund Remembering Great Apes, a breath-taking new coffee table book.
The winners of the WildlifePhoto.com 2017 Photo Competition Series have been announced.
A heart-warming image of a gentle moment between a gorilla and one of her rescuers is the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award.
In the February 2018 issue we have published a special section with images that showcase the charm and character of winter photography.
Open for Entries: GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year & International Fritz Pölking Prize 2018
The GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018 competition is now open for photographers residing within Europe and for GDT members.
Nature fans can have their say in the Natural History Museum’s world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition by voting for the winner of the People’s Choice Award
Spanish wildlife photographer Marina Cano has announced her latest book ‘Wild Soul’.
The winners of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2017 have been unveiled, with images of a little owl falling off a branch and a laughing dormouse among just some of the funny photos from this year’s competition.
Photographers worldwide have just one month left to enter the 11th edition of the Sony World Photography Awards.
Born Free Foundation has strongly criticised the decision by the US Fish and Wildlife Service to reverse a ban, introduced by the Obama administration in 2015, on the import of trophies from elephants killed by American trophy hunters in Zambia and Zimbabwe, claiming it could prove disastrous for elephants.
Changing your perspective can elevate a wildlife picture from ordinary to extraordinary, as Marina Cano shows with this surreal reflection. We learn more about …
The winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition have been revealed.
Playful seals, nuzzling bears and a valiant-looking bald eagle are featured in phenomenal images from the finalists of Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s fifty-third competition