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
Remembering Lions – Kickstarter goes live 9am GMT Friday 22nd February 2019
e Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) this October celebrates their ninth year in New York City.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year LUMIX People’s Choice Award winner revealed
Bird Photographer of the Year 2019 – the short-list is out. Check out some of the world’s most stunning bird photography showcased on the BPOTY website – www.birdpoty.co.uk
Cairngorms wildlife photographer to deliver prestigious lecture
British Wildlife Photography Awards 2019 now open for entries.
Join Virginia McKenna OBE and Born Free to commemorate a year-long celebration of inspirational men and women who have dedicated their lives to the protection and conservation of wildlife. Hosted by Born Free CEO Howard Jones.
7th Annual Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest Winners Announced. Ocean Art Contest Announces the Best Underwater Photos of the Year.
The Natural History Museum is showcasing its prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting.
India’s remaining wild tigers could be extinct within a decade if we don’t act now. support Born Free’s Living with Tigers initiative.
Twenty minutes once during your week is all it will take to find out just how Britain’s Tawny Owls are faring.
SIGMA 28mm F1.4 DG HSM. The most-anticipated lens for wide-angle prime enthusiasts, now available from SIGMA’s Art line.
GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 and International Fritz Pölking Prize 2019 now open! Closing date for both awards: 1st March 2019.
International wildlife charity Born Free has welcomed the passing of the Ivory Bill into UK law.
Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 winners are revealed and they’re a glorious celebration of the beauty of this planet and its human and animal inhabitants
Budding David Attenboroughs will have the chance to cut their naturalist teeth early next year by taking part in the Mammal Society’s third annual University Mammal Challenge.
The Siena International Photo Awards conducts an annual photography competition on a global level, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today.
The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2019 are now open for entry
Wildlife Photographer of the Year launches LUMIX People’s Choice Award. Online voting open now, until 14.00pm (GMT) on Tuesday 5 February 2019.
Starting date for both Fritz Pölking Prize and Fritz Pölking Junior Prize 2019 awards – 15th January 2019. Competition open for photographers worldwide.
2019 BIEA annual International STEM Youth Innovation Competition is now open
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
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 …
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…
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.