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2016 Wildlife Photographer of The Year

Head to the Natural History Museum and enjoy the amazing photos showcasing the wonders of our world!

by Julia Migné

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year is an international competition calling on photographers to put the spotlight on nature.  800 more words


Visiting Slimbridge

In the early spring of 2016, I went on a trip to Slimbridge Wetland Centre in Gloucestershire. The aim was to photograph wild water fowl close up to get some nice portrait shots. 23 more words


Entrepreneurship - Who's a Successful Entrepreneur?

I got here to comprehend that entrepreneurship has been there for so many years and that there are numerous individuals who cannot define efficiently who an entrepreneur is. 417 more words

Animals Photographer

How Animal pictures can take too Easily? - Dr. Vinay Rawlani

When taking pix of untamed animals, you need to be aware they may be evidently worried, overstrung and constantly in survival mode.

A wild animal in its herbal surroundings it’s constantly on code crimson alert, on the making plans out for impending risks each 2nd of the day and night. 386 more words

Animals Photographer

Vervet monkeys deserve a chance

A nonchalant vervet monkey peers down from his throne on a branch.

They have different alarm calls for different predators- including for humans too, I’m sure, that they use sometimes when I walk beneath them in forests. 224 more words

African Wildlife

How big is the illegal wildlife trade?

INTERPOL values it at $20 billion a year. It comes just after the global drug and gun trade. This is no small thing.

The movement is not about the ‘bleeding heart lefties’ who tie themselves to trees and want to save animals. 184 more words

African Wildlife

Yellowstone & Grand Tetons: A Different Perspective

Showing a different perspective of a popular travel destination is not without its rewards and challenges.  The Reward: we have the opportunity to show people a piece of the world that they may not have had – or might NEVER have – the chance to see.   1,290 more words