Galleries

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. 

Sea otter mother and her four-day-old pup, Monterey Bay, California.

The spectacular return of sea otters along the west coast of North America has led to the rebirth of kelp forests. Suzi Eszterhas visited Monterey Bay and Elkhorn Slough to photograph these adorable mammals. 

Michelle Clement inspects the teeth and gums of Jenga.

What happens when a sick and injured grey seal is found on a Cornish beach? Nick Upton reports on the efforts to save a pup. 

A female and her yearling.

Wildlife photographer Yuzuru Masuda visited Israel’s Ein Gedi nature reserve to reveal how Nubian ibex survive in a rocky-desert habitat. 

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.

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. 

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.

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. 

We use cookies to improve your experience of our website. Cookies perform functions like recognising you each time you visit and delivering advertising messages that are relevant to you. Read more here