British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014 Success
We’d like to congratulate NPL photographers Pete Cairns, Alex Mustard, Andrew Parkinson and Nick Upton, who were all winners in this year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards.
View their winning images here.
End of the Arctic Summer
We’ve just received this lovely image by Christophe Courteau of the first sunset of the season in Svalbard, signalling the end of the perpetual daylight of the Arctic Summer.
Best of the last 3 months!
Check out our highlights gallery to view our edited selection of new images, including African wildlife, orcas and sharks in action, dramatic ibex, a newly discovered species, and really cute pets…
NPL helps to create Bee Worlds
Friends of the Earth’s Bee Worlds campaign is the latest conservation cause we are supporting. To find out more about the project, view our new bee gallery, which celebrates the beauty, diversity and industry of these remarkable insects.
Discover the Wild Side of Brazil!
While the world’s eyes are on Brazil, we share with you some beautiful images and fascinating facts about the country’s wild side. Check out our Brazil gallery to find out more about the fantastic fauna, flora and landscapes of the world’s fifth largest country.
3 Months of Highlights
Check out our highlights gallery of images uploaded to the site in the last 3 months, including butterflies in flight, cute giant pandas, big cat portraits, lion-tailed macaques, Brazilian wildlife and landscapes from Lake Baikal.
NaturePL Helps Elephant Conservation
Last quarter we donated more than £1800 to Save the Elephants which funded their Mobile Education Unit bringing film and interactive education to primary school children in the Samburu area of Kenya.
Celebrate Earth Day 2014!
April 22nd 2014 marks the 44th anniversary of Earth Day. Millions of people around the world will take part in activities to raise awareness about the environment. This year the focus is on Green Cities. To find out more, visit www.earthday.org and to view our Earth Day gallery, click here!
World’s most beautiful chamois saved from extinction
Italian wildlife photographer Bruno d’Amicis has spent ten years following and photographing the endangered Apennine chamois. Once on the verge of extinction its numbers have increased due to increased protection. Click here to view a selection of images of this animal through the seasons.
Jürgen Freund Asia Pacific Exhibition Opens
Jürgen Freund has just opened a solo exhibition of his stunning images of the reefs and rainforests of the Asia Pacific region, as part of the 5th Queensland Festival of Photography. To view a gallery of Jürgen’s images and for more details of the exhibition, click here.