From our April cover’s tag lines, you will see that our Ferus Vita article asks the question; DSLR or mirrorless? Award-winning wildlife photographer, Joshua Galicki, discusses some things to think about before making the switch.
In our Au Natural article, multi-award-winning wildlife photographer, Andy Skillen, covers advice on a single-species shoot, with the focus on a hyena den site, using both photographic and video skills.
For Interview this month, Lorna Dockerill, talks to award-winning photographer, author, and speaker, Jo-Anne McArthur, about the complexities of her photojournalistic work, along with recent work she covered of the Australian fires and her involvement in the Unbound project.
From the underwater world, Wild Planet features some of the winning entries from the recent Underwater Photographer of the Year (UPY) photo competition and our Spotlight On this month, is directed at underwater photographer, instructor and photo coach, Simon Lorenz, from Germany.
We also share a wonderful story in our Wild Location article, from reader and wildlife photographer, Sue Dougherty, who experienced some breathtaking scenes in Botswana, whilst on safari.
Last month saw World Frog Day, however, this month Wild Planet acknowledges the plight of frogs ahead of Save The Frogs Day (25th April), with your fabulous reader images in our Global Awareness feature.
To get your creative juices flowing, our regular photo challenge series, presents your spectacular, and often dramatic, images of the great migration, which runs between Tanzania's Serengeti National Park and heads north into Kenya's Maasai Mara Game Reserve.
Next month’s photo challenge will be Spring Visions, so don’t forget to enter your photos for a chance to win a 12-issue membership. As usual, all of our latest photo challenges are detailed on our Instagram stories each month.
It would be remiss to not mention the global coronavirus pandemic. With all of the worrying news and isolation, Wild Planet would like to support small businesses, such as ourselves, by offering free classified advertising for all photography tour and workshop providers over the coming months.
We encourage you all to stay safe and adhere to your government's guidelines. Wild Planet is operating as usual (digitally) and we hope to see more reader submissions over the coming months.