Wildlife & Nature Photography

An Arctic fox in the Svalbard wilderness

Roy Mangersnes' stunning photos of the wildlife of Svalbard include images of barely-there ptarmigans perfectly camouflaged against the snow, soaring fulmars and swimming polar bears.

Curious possum camera-trap wildlife photograph by Stuart Park

Our inaugural camera-trap photo competition welcomed entries from around the world. They included captivating portraits, rare behaviour and astonishing new discoveries. Editor Sophie Stafford picks the best of the rest... 

 

© Mark Rayan Darmaraj

Our inaugural camera-trap photo competition welcomed entries from around the world. They included captivating portraits, rare behaviour and astonishing new discoveries. 

Red deer stag, Ardennes Forest, France

Jean-Michel Lenoir is an award winning wildlife photographer who specialises in France's native wildlife.

A mother cares for her baby

Andy Rouse photographed the mountain gorillas in their last stronghold; the Virunga volcanoes in Rwanda. 

Snakeshead fritillary

Barney Wilczak captures the stunning beauty of Clattinger Farm, Wiltshire, probably the finest remaining lowland meadow in the UK.

The winner of the Nature: Singles category: a Cape gannet by Thomas P Peschak

We showcase this year's stunning nature winners from the World Press Photo award 2011.

Impression of cork oak woodland by Gertjan de Zoete

Gertjan de Zoete's spectacular photographs celebrate the remote region of Extremadura in Spain, its rich wildlife and breathtaking scenery.

 

Indian rhino and baby, Kaziranga National Park.

In a land of bustle and colour, the peace and simplicity of Nilanjan Das’ images intensify the forms and textures of India’s rich wildlife.

 

Bee-eaters by Nick Derry

Now in its second year, our art competition welcomed more stunning work.

 

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