The rare Ethiopian wolves are beginning to recover from three tough years in their stronghold in the Bale Mountains…
We have teamed up with FUJIFILM to bring you a fantastic giveaway with a retail price of $1899.94. It includes the X-T20 and XF18-135mm f/3.5-5.6R LM OIS.
Most wildlife photographers would jump at the chance to photograph polar bears in the wild, but how many of them know these fascinating facts?
Alison describes why photographing big cats such as tigers, jaguars and lions is her passion in this quick-fire interview…
Sigma has added four new lenses to its line up…
Dillon Anderson has won the title of Photographer of the Year 2016 for his portrait of a nocturnal Margay Cat. WPM Showcases the other winners
Leica UK will host a brand new exhibition by wildlife photographers and artists, Olly & Suzi, showcasing images of endangered African wild dogs
Incredible images by some of the world’s best wildlife photographers will be brought together in a beautiful new book for 2017 – a follow-up to Remembering Elephants
USA wildlife photographer Carl Monopoli tells WPM why foxes are his favorite subject and his best piece of advice…
Mario Cea’s image, The blue trail, has won the 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award
Born Free’s new virtual reality app takes users on a Gorilla Safari in the heart of Africa…
Meet our latest photographer of the week, Norm Ullock…
Our Photographer of the Week, Brian P Slade, tells us what’s inside his kit bag and of his favourite wildlife locations…
Win a Platinum membership for a year. The best pictures will be published in WPM and will be promoted via our Forum, Flickr, 500px and all our social media platforms.
Meet our Photographer of the Week, Avijan Saha from India…
Congratulations to Jenni Alexander from the UK, who has won our latest Wild Planet book competition and takes away Laurie Campbell’s latest hardback.
Veterinarian and passionate amateur wildlife photographer Ashley Morgan tells us what she gets up to behind the lens when she’s not treating animals…
Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition launches People’s Choice Award. Which picture will you vote for?
Photographer of the week, Pradyuman Samant, tells us his advice for other young wildlife photographers
Wildlife charity Born Free Foundation has teamed-up with award-winning photographer George Logan to launch a series of hard-hitting images this Christmas
The Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2016 have come to an end as the winners for this year’s competition are revealed.
Photographer of the week, Sushil Chikane, explains his inspiration and his most memorable wildlife moment.
American photographer Tim Laman has won Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 with his picture of a critically endangered Bornean orangutan
Nikon has announced the new AF-S NIKKOR 70–200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR lens…
The Royal Society of Biology has announced their 2016 Photographer of the Year – Robert Sommer, from Hamburg.
Born Free Foundation is launching a powerful photo exhibition at the European Parliament this week, to highlight the poor standards in animal care at many zoos…
Congratulations to Heini Wehrle from Switzerland, who has won our latest Wild Planet book competition and takes away the ‘Remembering Elephants’ hardback.
The Royal Society of Biology is pleased to announce the 2016 Young Photographer of the Year competition winner, Pradyuman Samant.
Born Free Foundation, has welcomed the decision by delegates at the 17th meeting of CITES, to end a decade-long discussion about the establishment of future trade in ivory.
Our reader Guest Editor for the December 2016 issue of Wild Planet has been unveiled – congratulations to Harry Collins!
It’s 22 September, World Rhino Day, and we’re showcasing some brilliant pictures of the species from our worldwide readers
Sigma has announced its new 500mm f/4 DG OS HSM lens, ideal for fast-moving subjects, even at distance.
The judges for the 10th anniversary of the world’s largest photography competition, the Sony World Photography Awards, are announced today
Who are the inspirational, up-and-coming wildlife photographers of our time? We showcase the aspirational portfolio of wildlife photographer Ross Hoddinott.
During the winter snow and ice, mountain hares wear their white winter coats. Mark Hamblin provides some expert advice from his encounters with these denizens of the Scottish mountains
We go behind the lens with wildlife photographer Ellie Rothnie, to discover the story behind her striking minimal cover image of a single gannet.
Born Free Foundation launches unique new adoption of one of the world’s most threatened species.
A curious fox cub, hungry hornbill and inquisitive orca all play a starring role in images from the finalists of Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s fifty-second competition.
We’re going behind the lens with the Guest Editor of our August issue, Jared Lloyd, to discover the story behind his powerful cover image of an elegant egret in the shadows.