Australia's unique birds are celebrated in the annual BirdLife Australia Photography Awards. Some of the country's best bird photographers submit their work for consideration each year, and the 2023 contest was no exception. Nine winners were singled out for their work, rising above more than 6,000 images that were submitted. The winning photos are both a celebration of Australia’s spectacular and diverse birdlife and a powerful statement.
The world of animals mostly goes unseen by people, except for the lucky few who know where to look or...
The Natural History Museum, London has selected 25 images from the 2023 Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest to compete...
Watching films like Jurassic Park can make you wonder what it would be like to live in a world with dinosaurs. While it would definitely be strange for people, animals would probably be fearful of these prehistoric animals as well. Belgium-based photographer Niki Colemont tests this theory in his playful series of photos where brave red squirrels tentatively interact with toy dinosaurs that are the same size they are.
Spanish nature photographer Javier Aznar González de Rueda impressed judges with his image of a female stink bug guarding her...
Polar Bears and Ethereal Landscapes Are This Photographer’s Postcards From the Arctic Circle [Interview]
For eight days, photographer Drew Doggett floated in the Arctic waters of Svalbard, Norway.
A mesmerizing photo of a golden horseshoe crab beat nearly 50,000 images to win the Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. French underwater photographer and marine biologist Laurent Ballesta took the impressive photo in the Philippines, showing the tri-spine horseshoe crab followed by a trio of golden trevallies.
Dutch photographer Jasper Doest has dedicated his career to “giving a voice to nonhuman lives.
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards has announced their 2023 finalists, giving us our feel-good fix for the day.
Tense Video Captures the Moment a Silverback Gorilla Pounds His Chest in Front of Wildlife Photographer
In the world of wildlife photography, getting the perfect shot comes with a lot of work and sacrifice. Sometimes it requires spending hours on end waiting for an animal to appear or passing the time until the weather clears up. For one photographer, her patience was rewarded with a unique chance to see a silverback gorilla hitting its chest up close in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park—a moment that was both thrilling and tense.
Renowned wildlife photographer Thomas Vijayan adds another award to his impressive résumé by being named Nature TTL Photographer of the...
For years we've been following Lisa, aka Ostdrossel, as she documents the incredible feathered friends who frequent her backyard.