Wildlife & Nature Photography

‘On the edge’ (northern gannets) by Barrie Williams

Barrie Williams was awarded Overall Winner in the British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) 2015. Find out how he took this winning shot of northern gannets. 

A rattle grasshopper in a rocky open area.

Pag, Croatia, is visited by thousands of party-goers each summer for its Sonus Festival but it is also home to an array of species.

Hidden Britain winner: ‘Dew-covered crane fly’ by Alex Hyde

A gallery showcasing the incredible winning images of the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2015. 

3 ways to photograph wildlife in an autumn woodland, with photographer Paul Hobson. 

Beetle beauty and the spiral of love by Javier Aznar González de Rueda.

Enjoy a world exclusive sneak peek at some of the award-winning images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 competition. 

A giant tortoise wanders through the highlands, Santa Cruz Island.

Native and invasive species found on this fascinating archipelago. 

A gentoo penguin fends off a striated caracara as it attempts to steal a meal.

Striated caracaras, also known as Johnny Rooks, are making a comeback. What does it mean for farmers and wildlife? 

Highly commended: South Africa’s long-tongue fly by Michael Whitehead

Now in its third year, this important contest gives ecologists around the world the opportunity to share their best images. 

Aye-aye extracting beetle grubs from wood.

Find out why one of Earth’s strangest creatures has evolved a woodpecker-like lifestyle. 

‘Early sunbathing small tortoiseshell butterfly’ by Rowans Primary School

Children from 10 Hertfordshire schools have been photographing wildlife on their doorsteps. 

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