California-based photographer Doris Mitsch captures otherworldly images that question the notions of time, space, and our own linear reality. In her recent series titled Locked Down Looking Up, the artist turned to the sky for inspiration and found it in the flight patterns of traveling flocks of birds. Her composite photos combine images of those intricate flight trails and showcase the elaborately choreographed dance of interwoven paths that exist right above our heads.
Emmanuel Is Now the Most Famous Emu in the World for Knocking Over the Camera Every Time His Owner Is Filming
Humans aren't the only ones drawn to the spotlight. Sometimes animals want time on camera, too.
Baby owls are some of the cutest animals out there, and these little burrowing owls are no exception.
One of the most exciting things about caring for animals is that they will always keep you guessing. Wildlife rehabilitator Foxfeather Zenkova realized this when one of her emus decided to incubate some old eggs, which led to a whole mob of little chicks. What made this different is that it was that this male emu was incubating not only emu eggs but also eggs that came from geese, chickens, and ducks.
Now in its 13th year, the Audubon Photography Awards are a celebration of bird photography.
Now in its seventh year, the Bird Photographer of the Year contest is a celebration of the avian world.
There are some pictures that a photographer might wait years to capture. This was the case for Portland-based enthusiast Rajiv Mongia as he patiently waited to snap an amazing shot of two eagles with their talons interlocked in mid-air. One of the birds is flying upright while the other winged creature is mirrored, turned upside down.
As it turns out, people aren't the only ones who struggle with anger management and need a good therapist.
If you've ever watched a movie with a jungle scene, you are probably familiar with the distinct sound that many...
Luna the owl has wanted to be a mom for a long time, but the affectionate bird hasn’t had the best of luck. Over the last two years, she’s tried—with little success—to start a family of her own. “Not only did her eggs fail to hatch this year, but she also lost her clutch last year,” says British wildlife artist and rehabilitator Robert E. Fuller, explaining Luna’s difficult journey to motherhood.
Last year, Wrinkle the Duck made headlines for her stellar running debut in the New York City Marathon.
Wildlife artist Robert E. Fuller has dedicated his life to studying how animals, especially birds, live in their natural habitats.