Wildlife & Nature Photography

Greylag geese

Wildlife photographer Mark Hamblin shares his top tips on how to take pictures in winter light. 

Orange blister beetle taking off.

BBC Wildlife Photographic Grant finalist Scott Trageser documented the biodiversity of a nature reserve in Bangladesh. 

Young southern elephant seals, Grytviken, South Georgia

Anthony Smith impressed the judges with his stunning photographs of species in remote island territories and Antarctica. 

A single eaglet in evening lighting photographed from Laurie’s hide.

Find out how wildlife photographer Laurie Campbell captured extraordinary images of these magnificent birds of prey. 

Banana slug in Muir Woods.

BBC Wildlife Photographic Grant finalist Neil Losin took this selection of images during Bioblitz events at US National Parks in 2012, 2013 and 2014. 

A sea otter mother carrying her pup on her belly, Monterey Bay.

BBC Wildlife Photographic Grant finalist Sebastian Kennerknecht showcases the amazing animals that inhabit his home state. 

Malayan horned frog camouflaged among leaves

A selection of amazing images showcasing the biodiversity of one of the most vital ecosystems on Earth.  

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015: call for entries

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 competition is searching for the most inspiring, evocative, compelling and challenging nature images.

Goldfinch and chaffinch

Photographer Jérôme Guillaumot explains how he took these unusual wildlife images. 

How to film wildlife in your garden

If you want to find out what wildlife is visiting your garden without glueing on your binoculars, think about rigging your garden with gadgets. Our guide below helps you to choose the best camera system for your backyard.

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