24 Apr 2019 12:00 am
The last month has seen a bumper crop of new images on our site. Some of the many highlights include whales, dolphins and porpoises from British waters and Baja California, rare images of platypus, shark courtship and nurseries, Galapagos seabirds, Spring migrant birds and wildflowers, Cuban crocodiles and Tsavo's amazing tuskers, not to mention some dramatic coverage of catfish hunting pigeons and some very appealing emperor penguins!
21 Aug 2019 12:00 am
Our latest highlights this month start with rare drone images of fin whales feeding by Mark Carwardine and Yashpal Rathore's remote camera tiger coverage. Neil Aldridge has submitted interesting material on the reintroduction of white rhinos to Botswana and Terrry Whittaker has some great images of urban herons in Amsterdam. In addition, SCOTLAND: The Big Picture continues to provide spectacular scenics and engaging Scottish wildlife, Ross Hoddinott has shot delicate insect macro work and we have also added Marie Read's excellent coverage on North American birds. Not to mention some fascinating coverage from Australia, Asia and South America...
Competition Winners 2019
8 Jan 2020 12:00 am
Nature Picture Library's photographers were successful in many of the major photography competitions in 2019. Here is our gallery of winners and commended images, with all the relevant competition details from Wildlife Photographer of the Year, GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Nature's Best, Mont Photo and many more...
12 Dec 2019 12:00 am
We've added more than 3500 images to our site in the last month. With such a great variety of new material, it's difficult to select the highlights. However, some of the most notable additions include burrowing owl behaviour, endangered Californian condors, and roadrunners in action. There is also a great range of big cat images, manatees, seals and whales in action and brown bear courtship. The geographical range is wide, from Australia and the Solomon Islands to China and Chile, with bold new environmental images from the UK and India.
15 Feb 2019 12:00 am
A wealth of great wildlife and landscape material has been added to our site in the last month. Highlights include lots of fresh material from South America, Jack Dykinga's North American landscapes, Guy Edwardes' European scenics, plus Mexican material from Claudio Contreras, Nayan Khanolkar's remote camera tigers and an interesting range of content from our US partner Minden Pictures (available only to UK clients).
8 Jan 2019 12:00 am
Highlights added to the site in the last month include rock-climbing macaques by Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers, marine life from Japan by Tony Wu, jackals and birds from the Danube Delta by Loic Poidevin, African wildlife in action, damselflies in flight and ballooning spiders, a range of charismatic pet portraits from Mark Taylor, and Georgette Douwma's inventive kaleidoscopic marine material.
24 Jul 2019 12:00 am
In the last month, we've added some intriguing new images to our site. Highlights include endangered primates, Cuban endemics, tree kangaroo rehabilitation, urban foxes, Japan's cat cafe and an excellent range of coverage on bird behaviour.
27 Jun 2019 12:00 am
The last month has seen a big influx of new material to our site, with a unique collection of Emperor penguin coverage from new contributor Stefan Christmann, intimate hedgehog lifecycle images from Klein & Hubert, and more fresh material from Wild Wonders of China and SCOTLAND: The Big Picture. Our very varied new highlights gallery also includes Anup Shah's remote camera work, the world's smallest bird, wild snow leopards, Ural owls in action, white storks attempting to nest in the UK and research into the impact of climate change on tropical rainforests.
13 Mar 2019 12:00 am
The last month has seen a dramatic influx of new material, with a particular emphasis on marine life, reptiles, birds and invertebrates. Additions of note include sharks from David Fleetham, Galapagos giant tortoises and marine iguanas from Tui de Roy, Alex Hyde's material from the remote Manu National Park in Peru, Bruno D'Amicis coverage on the ancient beechwoods of Abruzzo, David Tipling's bird behaviour images and more amazing marine creatures from Alex Mustard.~~To read our March highlights blog post, click here, and to view our new March highlights gallery on the print site, click here.
31 May 2019 12:00 am
The last month was a bumper one for new material on our website, with more than 4000 images added. Some of the many highlights were a wealth of European wildlife, especially red foxes and wild wolves, big cats from around the world (including dramatic pumas hunting), whale and dolphin behaviour, gorillas and hippos, hummingbirds in flight, the Californian super-bloom and some great urban wildlife images.~You can see more on our blog here.
Minden Feb-May 2019
18 Jun 2019 12:00 am
Over the last 4 months, we have added more than 4000 images from the Minden Pictures collection to our site. This is a selection of some of the edited highlights. Some of the main subjects included are Ingo Arndt's dramatic images of pumas and guanaco from Chile, Chase Dekker's endearing set on red fox cubs with different colour forms, and Suzi Eszterhas's detailed coverage on animal rescue. You will also find rich material on rainforest wildlife from Thomas Marent, Piotr Naskrecki's graphic insects and other invertebrates, Tim Fitzharris's beautiful North American landscapes, and a wealth of North American, African and Australian willdife.~~PLEASE NOTE THAT MINDEN PICTURES MATERIAL IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO OUR UK CLIENTS.
Minden June-Sept 2019
4 Oct 2019 12:00 am
Over the last 4 months, we've added more than 2500 images from our US partner agency Minden Pictures. This gallery is a selection of some of the recent highlights, including intimate leopard behaviour, ring-tailed lemurs in action, marine turtle research and hatchlings, turkeys displaying and an excellent range of iconic North American scenics.
5 Mar 2019 12:00 am
Our photographers are always looking for exciting new discoveries in the natural world. Here are some highlights of new discoveries recently received - a new species of tarantula, the world's largest bee, scuba-diving flies, tuna-herding sealions, the first professional photos of an African black panther, a strange partnership between a tiny frog and a huge spider, and new images of the recently identified new species Tapanuli orangutan.
7 Nov 2019 12:00 am
Our photographers have submitted new material from all corners of the globe this month. We have Antarctic material on land, sea-ice and beneath the waves, urban penguins and bat rescue from Australia, pangolins from Africa and lemurs from Madagascar. We'd also like to highlight new Chinese and Japanese landscapes and wildlife, dugongs from the Philippines, coverage on the boreal forests of Estonia and Siberia, South American primates and rainforest birds, and Przewalski's horses from the Gobi Reserve in Mongolia. Topical images include climate change protests and environmental issues such as the protection of Indonesia's peat forests, the netting of UK hedgerows and the problems posed by Florida's introduced reptiles.
14 Oct 2019 12:00 am
Over the last month, our marine photographers have been busy submitting bold coverage on whales, sharks,sea turtles, seahorses and octopus, plus a variety of other marine creatures. Meanwhile, we've also added wild snow leopards, urban foxes, South American wildlife, and some graphic images of the Mexico/US border wall, marine pollution and clearance of rainforest. Our coverage on agricultural and horticultural pests and diseases has also been significantly improved by new contributor Nigel Cattlin.
Our Favourite Images of 2019
28 Nov 2019 12:00 am
As the end of 2019 approaches, we're looking back at another fantastic year of nature photography. Over the last 12 months, our photographers have been busy pointing their cameras in all directions to bring us their views of the natural world. Here, we present a selection of our favourite nature images of 2019, as well as some of the hardest-hitting images made this year.
17 Sep 2019 12:00 am
The last month has seen an influx of material from many different corners of the globe. Lemurs from Madagascar, weird marsupials and endemic plants from Australia, delicate macro work from Cyprus, British birds and bees, and marine life from worldwide locations - Norway, Bahamas, Canada and the Philippines. We are also delighted to now represent the work of new contributors John Shaw and Houdin & Palanque.
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