Wildlife Photography

November 20, 2020

Photographer Travels Across Europe To Capture Stunning Starling Murmurations

Danish photographer Søren Solkær is perhaps best known for his portraits of musicians like Björk, U2, and The White Stripes. But, in reality, his work spans many different genres. Since 2017, Solkær has been photographing birds, but not just any birds. His work Black Sun focuses on starling murmurations and the fantastical shapes they make in the sky.

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November 17, 2020

Stunning Portraits of Rare and Endangered Birds Full of Personality

Portraiture often attempts to capture the essence of the sitter—their emotions, their personality, their thoughts. For photographer Tim Flach, animal subjects offer as much dynamic range and emotional intimacy as human models. The London-based artist is well known for his work with endangered species, canines, and rare birds. Building upon his prolific body of work, Flach continues to photograph the most ostentatious, colorful, and emotive feathery friends from around the world.

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October 18, 2020

Curious Red Squirrels Interact With Tiny Props To Create the Most Adorable Photos

If you’ve ever seen a squirrel in the wild, you’ll know they’re almost impossible to get close to. However, Dutch-Swedish photographer Geert Weggen has a knack for capturing the cute critters with his camera. He began photographing wildlife nearly a decade ago when a fox visited his doorstep. The magical encounter sparked his interest in forest creatures and ultimately led to Weggen’s career in squirrel photography.

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October 6, 2020

Proud Crocodile Father Gives Piggyback Ride to Over 100 of His Children

Indian wildlife and conservation photographer Dhritiman Mukherjee has spent the past 20 years dedicating his life to the documentation and protection of animals. Spending over 280 days a year in the field, he's seen many incredible moments. Most recently, his spectacular image of an endangered crocodile carrying its babies through the water is making waves online. Mukherjee's photograph shows a male gharial giving a ride to more than 100 of his babies.

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