David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) is delighted to announce that Chamilandu, one of the first rescues of the Game Rangers International Elephant Orphanage Project (GRI-EOP) has had her first calf, a healthy male.
The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2019 celebrate a decade of British wildlife
First Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 images revealed
Less than two weeks left to send in your photos to become the Nature Photographer of the Year 2019
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation invites you to an exclusive screening of this ground-breaking film, produced by Pangolin.Africa in partnership with South African filmmakers Bruce Young and Johan Vermeulen
leading team of wildlife scientists and academics from the University of the Free State in South Africa are developing the biggest research programme yet dedicated to preserving rhinos for future generations
HKBU biologists discover and name new fireworm species in Hong Kong waters
Clare Disano takes her first look at the eagerly-awaited fundraiser photo book, Remembering Lions
One of the world’s largest international wildlife trade summits, CITES, wrapped up in Geneva this week. Big wins for wildlife at CITES.
The SIGMA Corporation is pleased to announce that SIGMA 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports and SIGMA 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports have won EISA Awards 2019-2020
Having completed its fourth year, Bird Photographer of the Year (BPOTY) is pleased to announce the 2019 winners of this prestigious competition. The following press release provides all the information on the winning images.
Back from the Brink aims to inspire a movement of conservation and save England’s most threatened species.
Born Free undertakes biggest relocation in its history with 8 lions set to experience the joys of their African homeland by the end of the year
Celebrity backs ADI call to help African lions ahead of global wildlife trade conference and as a landmark ruling condemns the South African lion bone export trade as “unlawful and unconstitutional.”
Capture remarkable portraits with Nikon’s new Nikkor Z 85MM F/1.8 S lens
The National Audubon Society named six photographers as winners in the 2019 Audubon Photography Awards, across four divisions and six prizes for exquisite bird photography.
Born Free launches summer photography competition
The competition, sponsored this year by AQUA-FIRMA, celebrates the beauty of the Islands, while also aiming to raise awareness of the environmental issues that affect the wildlife and communities who live there.
Sigma introduce three new lenses, which have been designed exclusively for mirrorless cameras.
SIGMA announces the “SIGMA fp”, the world’s smallest and lightest mirrorless digital camera* with a full-frame image sensor
Sides of a Horn – A new film telling the story of Africa’s poaching war from both sides of the fence
Calling all conservationists: Enter the Virginia McKenna Award for Compassionate Conservation 2019 to win £15,000
This week, wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species are releasing 11 hazel dormice into an undisclosed woodland location in Nottinghamshire.
Already for the 4th time in a row this prestigious worldwide contest will run for the coming months.
The International Nature Photography Festival is 25 – 27 October 2019, in Lünen, Germany
Photography is all about light. Therefore, flash gives us the opportunity to actually take control of what is the most important component of photography.
10 wildlife photography tips from Zhayynn James to getting the best out of your photography whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned hobbyist looking for ways to improve your game.
Emanuele Biggi, a television presenter from Italy, is the overall winner of the inaugural Close-up Photographer of the Year competition with his stunning image of a Peringuey’s adder in the Namib Desert.
The latest results published today in the 2018 Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) report, suggest that the Beast from the East and Saharan winds may have had a big impact on both resident and migrant birds.
Hare today, gone tomorrow! The future looks bleak for Britain’s hares if we don’t introduce a close season
During their annual general meeting last weekend, the Society of German Nature Photographers (Gesellschaft Deutscher Tierfotografen – GDT) selected the GDT Nature Photographer of the Year 2019.
Behind the Lens with Barred Owls by Jared Lloyd.
A Unique Perspective: Photographing from a Floating Blind by Steve Gettle.
Help wildlife by recording sightings of Britain’s ‘Big Five’ (and others) this spring
Small mammal makes a big impact in wildlife photography competition
‘Paws’ for thought – can you spot the difference on your Indian safari?
Unravelling the macro-evolutionary ecology of fish–jellyfish associations: life in the ‘gingerbread house’
For World Health Day, Born Free examines how its Living with Tigers programme is improving the health of local communities near Pench National Park, in central India
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2019 are back and we are open for entries