Wildlife & Nature Photography

A female leopard out hunting at night -– Kruger National Park.

Kurt Jay Bertels uses a camera-trap to get up close and under the feet of South Africa's iconic species. 

The world's youngest island, Nishinoshima, is made up of two sections

Marvel at these images of our beautiful planet, from mountain ranges and deserts, to rainforests and lakes. 

Bardsey Island

Growing up on this small remote island off the coast of North Wales has inspired a love for the natural world in Ben Porter, an award-winning young wildlife photographer.

Bird Photographer of the Year - Pink flamingo feeding young

See the winning and shortlisted images from the second Bird Photographer of the Year competition.

1st place – Walking on water

See the winning and shortlisted images from Galápagos Conservation Trust's annual photography competition.

Gorongosa National Park is home to some of the biologically richest and most diverse ecosystems on the African continent.

Brown bear mother and cubs

The European brown bear (Ursus arctos arctos) is Europe's largest land predator, growing to between 100-350kg.

The Long Mynd and the Stiperstones ridge make up the largest area of heathland in the Shropshire Hills - Upland is a celebration of this beautiful area, which is one of the unsung wonders of the UK.

2016 Winner: Fire in the ice

See the winning and shortlisted images from Thomson Ecology's annual photography competition.

Eat or be eaten. Fundamentally, that's what life boils down to and animals have evolved literally countless ways either to avoid being eaten or to increase their chances of obtaining a meal, sometimes requiring adaptations that do both.

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