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Thousands of geese put on beautiful show

21 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

These beautiful snow geese were caught flocking off the water in New Mexico by a photographer visiting a wildlife refuge.        

Interview with Landscape Photography David M. Cobb

David M. Cobb is a photographer based in Oregon who focuses on landscape, travel, and wildlife photography, as well as flowers and gardens. His books include Visionary Landscapes, America: Wild Landscapes, and Quiet Beauty: JapaneseShow More Summary

Stunning Photos of Red Foxes in The Netherlands Learning to Navigate in Rare Blizzard Conditions

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A post shared by Fox Wildlife Photos Fineart (@roeselienraimond) on Dec 13, 2017 at 7:16am PST In 2016, we wrote about Dutch wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond and her gorgeous Foxy Faces portrait series. In her more recent series “Red Foxes in the Snow“, Raimond has once again captured the wonderfully personalities of individual vulpines as...

2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Winners

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards for 2017 may make you grin but for the photographers, snapping these humorous shots was no laughing matter. The post 2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Winners appeared first on WebEcoist.

Behold The Most Hilarious Wildlife Photos Of 2017

Wildlife photographer Tibor Kércz would spend a few nights each year camped out in a tent near a tree, hoping to capture photos of little owls and their nestlings. But just before nightfall on one fateful evening, three of the birds flew out onto a short branch. They landed and tried stabilizing themselves... but the owlet on the end began to fall. More »      

Winning entries of National Geographic's picture contest

The National Geographic Nature Photographer of Year contest is run every year and sees awards handed out in four categories - wildlife, landscapes, aerial and underwater.

Stunning winners of 'Power of Nature' photo competition

The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers' Power of Nature competition winners are in, with jaw-dropping entries from Canada to Nepal.

Winning photos from National Geographic's Nature Photographer of the Year contest

last monthTechnology : Tech Talk

Selected from over 11,000 entries, National Geographic unveiled the most extraordinary wildlife, landscape, aerial and underwater photos of the year

Winning photos from National Geographic's Nature Photographer of the Year contest

Selected from over 11,000 entries, National Geographic unveiled the most extraordinary wildlife, landscape, aerial and underwater photos of the year

Charity Navigator Shares 10 Highly-Rated Charities Fighting for Wildlife Conservation

Millions of Americans have seen and reacted to photographer Paul Nicklen’s video footage of a starving polar bear walking through a northern Canadian territory. Nicklen and his team were filming and photographing scenes for a project...Show More Summary

The polar bear in this video is dying from starvation. Fortunately, most aren't...yet

After landing on Baffin Island, Canada, wildlife photographer and environmental activist Paul Nicklen captured video of a frail polar bear — dying and foaming from the mouth — as the weak animal collapsed to the ground. The bear will soon be dead — if it isn't already.  On Dec. Show More Summary

This 'soul-crushing' video of a starving polar bear on dry land shows how global warming is destroying wildlife

Heartbreaking video shows a starving polar bear scavenging for food on dry land. The scene in Canada's Baffin Islands was taken by National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen. Nicklen said he and his crew were "filming with tears rolling down our cheeks." A video of a starving wild polar bear roaming around dry land looking for food has gone viral. Show More Summary

Capturing a Photo of a Swimming Polar Bear is Risky Work

A wildlife photographer spots a swimming polar bear, completing the last lap of its summer migration. It's the perfect photo op

I Spy: A Snow Leopard About To Chase Some Goats

2 months agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

Note: Much larger version HERE. This is a shot captured by wildlife photographer Inger Vandyke of an elusive snow leopard stalking some Bharal (aka Himalayan blue sheep, actually a species of goat). Can you spot it? SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER: its head is visible just left of the red rock that's left of the cliff edge, about halfway up. Show More Summary

Found: An Electric Blue Tarantula and More Than 30 Other New Species

Andrew Snyder was on a night hike along the Potaro River in Guyana's rain forest when he caught sight of a small glint of brilliant, cobalt blue coming from a small hole in a rotting stump. The herpetologist and wildlife photographer...Show More Summary

River otter captured by reserve’s cameras

The only previous evidence of river otters in a protected area in Chihuahua were a few paw prints. But now there are photographs and video, thanks to wildlife conservation and FULL STORY The post River otter captured by reserve’s cameras appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Wild India by Axel Gomille is a real-life Jungle Book

German photographer Axel Gomille spent 25 years travelling across India snapping pictures of the Indian subcontinent's diverse wildlife from sloth bears to nilgai and blackbucks.

Full Frame or APS-C for Wildlife Photography – Which is Best?

Choosing between a full frame or cropped sensor camera for wildlife photography can be a tough decision. Both options offer their own benefits, so choosing between the two can cause quite the headache. Lots of photographers have their...Show More Summary

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