Wildlife & Nature Photography

Winner Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016.

A selection of our favourite winning images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 competition. 

A gallery showcasing the incredible winning images of the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2016. 

Birds finalist: Termite tossing (hornbill) by Willem Kruger, South Africa.

Marvel at some of the award-winning images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 competition. 

Young man bird watching with binoculars

Buying optics for the first time can be bewildering, but our expert David Chandler will help you focus on finding what’s right for you.

A puffin looking out to sea.

David Tipling has travelled to beautiful and remote locations to photograph birds on the coast. 

A red kite flies over the village of Lydham, Shropshire.

Andrew Fusek Peters photographs British species throughout the seasons. 

Albert is trying to build a nest on a boat in April 2016.

Gannets are meant to nest in colonies on islands and coasts, but nobody told the pair that chose a fishing boat near
a popular Italian resort. Photographs by Angelo Gandolfi. 

A common tern comes into land after feeding its young.

Few cities offer the chance to swim with grebes and walk among falcons. Matthew Maran photographs London’s wildest gem. 

Small pearl-bordered fritillary by Ross Hoddinott

Pro photographer Ross Hoddinott explains how he got his best butterfly shot – and shares his top photography tips.

Green shieldbug perched on a flower

Leon Baas has a unique way of using macro-photography to reveal the wonderful world of insects in their natural habitat – from a ladybird about to lift off to a green-veined white butterfly hidden in the undergrowth.  

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