Wildlife Photography

May 29, 2024

100 World-Class Conservation Photographers Put 100 Photos on Sale To Help the Ocean

In June, 100 world-class conservation photographers are selling their works in support of ocean conservation. 100 for the Ocean is an annual event organized by conservation photographers Paul Nicklen, Cristina Mittermeier, and Chase Teron. They've hand-selected the talented group of photographers and artists who will sell limited-edition pieces for an affordable price.

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March 25, 2024

Jaw-Dropping Photo of Bobcat Leaping up To Snatch a Blue Heron Out of the Sky

A day out exploring nature in coastal Texas with his grandfather turned into a once-in-a-lifetime moment for Jacob Hall. The wildlife photographer was visiting Canada Ranch, which is located close to Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, when he spotted a blue heron in the sky. Hall quickly got out his camera to take a few pictures but wondered why the bird disappeared from the sky after a few shots.

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February 7, 2024

Photographer Endures Icy Temperatures to Photograph Beautiful Arctic Animals

Photographer Konsta Punkka was just a teenager when he transformed his passion into a full-time career. Inspired by the stunning wildlife surrounding him in Finland, he's even befriended families of foxes. While his work often takes him further afield, the attraction of northern Europe and its animals remains. This shines through in his images of wildlife as they settle in for winter.

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November 30, 2023

Bird Photography Contest Celebrates the Unique Diversity of Australia’s Wildlife

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.

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