Wildlife & Nature Photography

The Iberian lynx is the smallest species of lynx.

Captive breeding and translocation are key to the ongoing effort to conserve the Iberian lynx, and have brought the species back from the brink of extinction. Photographer Laurent Geslin reports.

Bluebells in woodland.

Wildlife photographer Ross Hoddinott shares his expert tips for photographing beautiful bluebells. 

A female cave spider protects her egg sac.

Emanuele Biggi and Francesco Tomasinelli went subterranean last summer to get these amazing photos of species inhabiting the spectacular cave systems of Borneo.  

Pine marten

Breathtaking images of Scotland’s wildlife throughout the seasons by Laurie Campbell. 

Female polar bear, Svalbard by Joshua Holko

A selection of stunning wildlife images from Outdoor Photographer of the Year: Portfolio 1

A rare night-time photograph of the female and her brood.

Photographer Luke Massey tells the amazing story of a pair of peregrine falcons nesting on a Chicago skyscraper.

Pine marten

Calling all wildlife photographers! The British Wildlife Photography Awards is open for entries until 30 April 2016.

This pair may have been apart for more than a year while at sea.

There are thought to be only about 6,000 breeding pairs of wandering albatrosses left in the world. In January 2015 wildlife photographer David Tipling visited South Georgia, a crucial breeding site, where he took these amazing images. 

Baby Sumatran orangutan.

Photographer Craig Jones puts the plight of the Sumatran orangutan in the spotlight and highlights the great work that is being done to save the red ape.

Overall student winner: Brown pelican by Kiyoko Gotanda

View a selection of winning images from the British Ecological Society annual photo contest. 

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