An annual affair for the most innovative photographers across the world, this competition not only showcases individual skills, it also brings important global issues to the forefront and sheds a light on species and landscapes that are under attack.
Entries in wildlife photography (25)
It’s World Wildlife Conservation Day!
You know at least one endangered animal; you have seen Will Young and the WWF’s recent campaign #WorldNeedsLove, here is what we are really fighting for in animal conservation.
Cain Scrimgeour has the job a lot of us dream about: He is a wildlife photographer and filmmaker. But how do you get into such a job? And is it as wonderful and exciting as we imagine it to be? Cain tell us more.
Every Monday we do our best to distract you from your back-to-work blues by bringing you a Volunteer Photo of the Week, and as it's the end of the month, we're asking you to vote for your favourite from October over on the Frontier Official Facebook page. This week's winner was taken by Adam Brierley on Frontier's South Africa Wildlife Conservation Volunteer project earlier this year.
This week's Photo of the Week comes courtesy of Frontier volunteer Emma Fisher who took this excellent photo whilst on Frontier's Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary project. We'll be asking for your favourite volunteer Photo of the Week each month, so keep an eye out on the Frontier Official Facebook page where we're also running a wildlife photography competition atm :)
BRAND NEW FEATURE: We've got remote cameras set up on our conservation projects in both Cambodia and Costa Rica and we thought you might like to see what we've found so far. So we've started this brand new feature where we'll be bringing you the shots as we get them here at Frontier HQ, kicking things off with a pretty exciting image taken just last Tuesday...
Don't forget, if you love beautiful photography then make sure you check out our fantastic archive of all images featured in Photo of the Week since December. We'd love to know which you think is the best so far. This lovely image featuring two Roseate spoonbills comes courtesy of East Wind.