wildlife photography

See the winning and shortlisted images from the third Bird Photographer of the Year competition.
See the winning and shortlisted images from Galápagos Conservation Trust's annual photography competition.
Lion in Asia
Patrick Aryee introduces some of Earth's biggest animals - past and present - and explores why size matters, to them and to the planet.
The Poppy Picker
BBC Wildlife Magazine’s editor Sheena Harvey is joining the judging panel for the 2018 Awards.
The remote Caribbean island of Redonda is home to a variety of beautiful wildlife, including several endangered reptiles and major seabird colonies. Ed Marshall travelled there with Fauna & Flora International to photograph the range of species in this unique ecosystem.
Many refer to Hong Kong as the 'Concrete Jungle' due to its high density of skyscrapers and buildings in its famous skyline. Daphne Wong investigates its wild side. 
View the winning and shortlisted images from The Mammal Society annual photo contest. 
A winning entry from Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 has been stripped of its title.
Bird Photography of the Year Competition is calling for entries.
Wildlife photography has traditionally been the preserve of men, but there's no reason why this can't change, says Suzi Eszterhas. 
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