The world’s rarest wader has been thrown a lifeline after two spoon-billed sandpiper chicks hatched at WWT Slimbridge in Gloucestershire.
Judges and new categories announced for the 2020 Galapagos Photography Competition. Judges include series producer of BBC’s Blue Planet II, Mark Brownlow, science and wildlife presenter, Liz Bonnin, and professional photographer, Jay McLaughlin
Wildscreen evolves Panda Awards and introduces Official Selection for 2020
A Short-eared Owl, fitted with a satellite tag while breeding in Scotland, has been tracked to Morocco, revealing significant new information for British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) researchers.
The competition European Wildlife Photographer of the Year of the GDT represents the high quality and specific style of European wildlife photography.
A unique new photographic competition – Animography Photography Awards – specifically aimed at highlighting global conservation issues through the lens of the camera.
The start of December, and a dip in temperatures, has seen the first ‘swanfall’ at WWT Slimbridge, with more than 50 majestic Bewick’s swans arriving at the end of the final leg of their migration.
A social campaign that aims to create buzz among targeted communities, equally interested in a friendly environment and social commitment, with the main goal to save the bees and the planet.
Galapagos Conservation Trust partners with Dr Sarah Darwin to shine a light on the threats facing Darwin’s birds
SIGMA CINE LENS “Art Prime” Launch of a new /i Technology-compatible PL mount lensin the FF High Speed Prime Line
With cutting-edge technology, SIGMA’s new “Classic Art Prime” offers unrivalled expression for artists.
Antarctic penguins have been on the forefront of climate change, experiencing massive changes to their natural habitat as the world’s temperatures and human activity in the region have increased.
Wanting to end the year on a high, and spread festive cheer and hope to animal lovers around the world, international wildlife charity Born Free has today released 19 conservation successes for 2019
World-class international photo competition awards captivating wildlife and
conservation images with cash prizes and museum exhibit
The public can now have their say in the Natural History Museum’s world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, by voting for the winner of the LUMIX People’s Choice Award
WWT’s founder Sir Peter Scott began studying the birds in the sixties and his research continues to inspire new generations of conservationists to make their own discoveries.
Not fussy about food: new research about pine martens gives hope for this endangered species
The Wild Bird Populations in the UK, 1970-2018 report shows that after years of decline, and despite a poor 2018 breeding season, there are the signs of recovery for at least some of our wild birds.
A group of 32 juvenile elephants are being held in captivity in China after being flown out of Zimbabwe from Victoria Falls airport two weeks ago
The funniest and most popular photography competition in the world – The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2019 announce the winners
A new study has shown that Britain’s puffins may struggle to adapt to changes in their North Sea feeding grounds and researchers are calling for better use of marine protection areas to help protect the country’s best known seabirds.
Nature Talks presents the results of the Nature Photographer of the Year 2019 competition. Csaba Daróczi is Nature Photographer of the Year 2019
The second newly-designed “Art zoom” dedicated for mirrorless cameras
Creative ideas sought for site-specific commission to act as beacon of hope in sub-Antarctic conservation success story
The Underwater Photographer of the Year 2020 competition is now open for submissions with a deadline of 3rd January 2020.
Eduardo Blanco Mendizabal from Spain wins the competition with the photo of a lynx in the twilight.
Gardens provide important space for our wildlife, but they could provide even more, according to preliminary results from Gardenwatch, the UK’s biggest-ever garden audit.
Born Free announces 2019 photography competition winners
Mammal Society launches its annual Mammal Photographer of the Year competition with a brand new category for 2020.
Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS) Alerts, published today, highlight how well protected wetland sites in Great Britain and Northern Ireland are working for wintering waterbirds in the short-, medium- and long-term.
Beetle photo taken by retiree on Isle of Wight coast wins international photography competition
Caught in the moment: Gripping action shot wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019
Follow the roar of celebrities and take a stand to save over 8,000 lions, many of which are destined for death ‘just for fun!’
SIGMA announces the “SIGMA fp”, the world’s smallest and lightest mirrorless digital camera* with a full-frame image sensor
SIGMA launches interchangeable lenses for Canon EF-M mount cameras
Stampeding zebras, leaping beetles and a shivering polar bear feature in this year’s Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition shortlist
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