Wildlife & Nature Photography

Water vole on release day

Wildlife photographer Nick Upton has documented water vole conservation efforts in the UK. 

Indian sloth bear mother and cubs.

Axel Gomille has visited India to document its rich fauna over the past 20 years. 

Urban fox

Wildlife photographer Sam Hobson shares his top tips on how to take pictures of urban wildlife. 

Mute swans by Trevor Rees/BWPA

Calling all wildlife photographers! The British Wildlife Photography Awards is open for entries until 2 May 2015.

‘The Tourist’ (greylag goose) by Lee Acaster

Lee Acaster was awarded Overall Winner in the British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) 2014. Here he shares his top tips on how to win the competition. 

Winner of the Documentary category: ‘Hazel dormouse monitoring’ by Nick Upton.

A gallery showcasing the brilliant winning images of the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014. 

Lilac-breasted roller

Mario Dávalos showcases the colourful avian species of four African countries. 

Oryx at a waterhole

Theo Allofs showcases the species that live in this challenging environment. 

Leopard seal

BBC Wildlife Photographic Grant finalist Eric Lew has explored breathtaking wildlife photgraphy locations in the Falkland Islands and around the Antarctic Peninsula. 

Greylag geese

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

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