The New Big 5
In our Interview this month, we chat to photographer, journalist and founder, Graeme Green, about the New Big 5 project; an international initiative that is highlighting the world’s wildlife in crisis.
As the world continues to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, we asked some of our friends in the photography tours and workshops industry to give us their take on just how it has affected business, what they are doing to get through it, and what we should all expect over the coming months. Read our Ferus Vita article for all the details.
For macro lovers, our Au Natural article this month comes from Phillip B. Espinasse, from Hawaii, whose images of the gold dust day gecko will have you green with envy!
Our subject In Focus this month is the Honey Badger. Wildlife photographer and safari tour guide, Will Fox, tells us about their feisty characters and shares his amusing experiences of working with them.
In our Spotlight On interview, we showcase the work of conservation biologist and wildlife
photographer, Fabian Mühlberger, from Germany.
This month we look into the rescue and rehabilitation of the world’s most trafficked mammal; the pangolin. Read on to take a look at the work being done by the Tikki Hywood Trust in Zimbabwe, in our Wildlife Conservation feature.
The BigPicture 2020 have announced their winner for 2020 - Congratulations to Andy Parkinson, from the United Kingdom. In this issue we present some of our personal favourites from this year’s competition.
While we focus on World Oceans Day (8 June) for our June issue Global Awareness feature, with photos of the incredible and often colourful wildlife that rely so heavily on our oceans, don’t forget that you can also take part in the other wildlife causes that get focus during June; World Jaguar Day (11 June), National Insect Week (22-28 June) and Garden Wildlife Week 2020 (1 June).
As always, we encourage you all to stay safe and adhere to your government's guidelines. Keep your photo entries coming in - you can find all of the entry categories on our website, here: https://wildplanetphotomagazine.com/category/submissions/