This month, our Global Awareness feature showcases fabulous reader images, celebrating International Cheetah Day on December 4th and hopefully encouraging you to learn more about this vulnerable species and ways that you can help to protect their future.
Our monthly Photo Challenge turns seasonal, and we share some of your wildlife images that beautifully capture the colours and sensations that this time of year offers.
If you have India on your travel wish list, our Travel Log article by professional nature photographer, Mark Sisson, guides us through some of the wildlife hotspots and the best times to visit them.
Fast-forward to our In Focus article where wildlife conservationist, Will Fox, looks in-depth at his favourite four-legged subject - leopards - and tells us what it is that he finds so alluring about perhaps the most stealthy of the big cats.
To whet the appetite of all our bird photographers, Lorna Dockerill talks to Canadian nature photographer, Glenn Bartley, about his experiences photographing some of the world’s rarest birds.
For this month’s Book Review, I explore the new and interesting title Fragile - Birds, Eggs and Habitats that reveals the beautiful colours and patterns of bird eggs, twinned with photos of the landscapes that they inhabit, and how these collections are now helping to save birds all over the world from decline by being used for research purposes.
To celebrate a colossal achievement of raising one million US dollars, we take a look at just some of the many projects that have benefitted from the Remembering Wildlife photo book fundraising series over the last five years in our Wildlife Conservation feature.
Next month’s photo challenge is ‘eye contact’. Upload your wildlife portraits before December 18th for your chance to win a 12-issue subscription of Wild Planet Photo Magazine. To find out more and enter your photos click here - https://wildplanetphotomagazine.com/event/photo-challenge/