The nice thing about photographing birds is that you never know what can happen. That's certainly true for Scott Taylor, who got more than he bargained for when photographing birds snacking on seeds in his family's backyard in Nebraska. While there were many birds in the yard that day, one particularly determined northern cardinal made a beeline for the bird feeder.
Capturing photos of wild animals can be tricky.
Photographer Dan Zafra of Capture the Atlas is always up for a new adventure.
Whales are the gentle giants of the ocean. They lead fascinating lives with lengthy migratory cycles, communicate through song, and are generally friendly toward humans. However, their habitats are constantly threatened and their species are in danger due to poor fishing practices. A couple of ways to raise awareness and understand what's at stake are whale photography, and when possible, taking the opportunity to see them up close.
Stunning Photos of Polar Bears Relaxing in Fields of Flowers During Summer in the Arctic [Interview]
Slovakian-born, Canada-based photographer Martin Gregus has gained acclaim for his documentation of polar bears.
The world’s leading wild cat conservation organization, Panthera, is celebrating progress in saving these animals and their habitats by releasing...
As one of Africa's most important wildlife reserves, Kenya's Maasai Mara is filled with countless animal species. This makes it a go-to place for wildlife photographers wishing to take images of the leopards, elephants, cheetahs, lions, and giraffes that populate the reserve. Since 2018, The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year contest has honored these photographers by highlighting the best images taken on the reserve.
By day, Raj Mohan works a corporate job, but in his spare time, he is an award-winning wildlife photographer who...
Bird lovers, rejoice. From over 5,600 photos, the winners of the BirdLife Australia Photography Awards have been announced.
The winners of the 2022 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have been announced and the images are as delightful as you might expect. American wildlife photographer Jennifer Hadley was named the overall winner for her charming look at a lion cub making a clumsy attempt to get down from a tree. For her efforts, she'll receive a once-in-a-lifetime safari in Kenya's Masai Mara.
Just in time for the holidays, 100 of today's finest photographers and conservationists have come together.
The winners of the eighth annual Nature inFocus Photography Awards were announced in conjunction with the Nature inFocus Festival, which...