Wildlife & Nature Photography

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. 

Finalist in the Invertebrates category: You have been warned by Alex Mustard.

Enjoy a world exclusive sneak peek at some of the award-winning images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 competition – now in its 50th year. 

Barn owl perched on a post.

A gallery showcasing the amazing work of professional wildlife photographers speaking at SNPF on 13-14 September. 

‘Pike’ wood engraving by Sister Margaret Tournour, 1993.

Amazing creations that have been inspired by the natural world. 

A bull in a hormonal state of ‘musth’ during the breeding season.

Morkel Erasmus documents the movements and surprisingly agile behaviour of African giants in this amazing photo gallery. 


Discover how to take the best pictures of wildlife found on the coast. 

Female ring-tailed lemur and her one to two-week-old-baby.

Wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas captures the behaviour of ring-tailed lemurs at Berenty Reserve, Madagascar. 

Red flowers

A selection of the most spectacular displays of wild blooms on the planet, by nature photographer Bob Gibbons.

Female grey seal hauled out onto rocks, Lundy Island, Devon.

Alex Mustard reveals the diverse habitats and fascinating species existing beneath the waves surrounding Britain. 

Albertonectes hunting fish in the Bearpaw Sea.

Prehistoric creatures are brought back to life in this stunning selection of images from The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi.