Pro Photo Galleries

Red brocket deer Camera-trap Photo
From a frolicking giraffe to curious trumpeters, here are some of the Editor's favourite images from the second BBC Wildlife camera-trap photo competition.
The aurora australis over the British Antarctic Survey Research Station.
This photo gallery features highlights from the stunning sixth episode of Frozen Planet, about the relationship that humans have with the polar regions.
A little owl just about to land – one wing is already closed.
Wildlife photographer Austin Thomas captured the lives of these Lancashire little owls on camera – from doting parents and hungry chicks to action-packed freeze frames of the birds in flight. 
Jackal vs lion photo
These extraordinary images of a fearless black-backed jackal running rings around a male lion, taken by Ken Stratford of the Ongava Research Centre in Namibia, emerged as a worthy winner of our second Camera-trap Photo of the Year competition.
© Jorma Luhtra/naturepl.com, licensed to the BBC
This photo gallery features highlights from the stunning fifth episode of Frozen Planet, showing the wildlife of the polar regions in the depths of winter.
Young polar bears relax by Hudson Bay, Canada.
This photo gallery features highlights from the stunning fourth episode of Frozen Planet, showing the wildlife of the polar regions in autumn.
Three red deer stags in mist at dawn, Richmond Park, London.
These stunning red deer images by Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2009 category winner 17-year-old Sam Rowley demonstrate the dedication and patience needed to create truly special wildlife photography.  
© Chadden Hunter/BBC
This photo gallery features highlights from the stunning third episode of Frozen Planet - Summer.
King spider orchid (Caladenia pectinata), Western Australia.
Christian Ziegler is a biologist-turned-photographer specialising in tropical natural history. These intimate images, taken from his book Deceptive Beauties, allow us to appreciate orchids, nature's most intoxicating blooms, up close.
Waxwing Explorers, linocut, by Max Angus
The Natural Eye is the international exhibition produced annually by the Society of Wildlife Artists.  
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