wildlife photography

White-letter hairstreak egg at Lennel
A declining butterfly could now be breeding in Scotland for the first time in over 130 years.
Pikin and Appolinaire
The results of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award have been revealed.
Calling all nature photographers! The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2018 is now open for entries.
There are around 40 extant species of cat around the globe, ranging from the tiny rusty-spotted cat to the well-known big cats (including tigers, lions, jaguars and leopards). 
Beauty and the beast
The People's Choice Award of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year is open to the public.
View the winning 2017 images from BBC Wildlife's Your Photos competition.
Bringing Up Bears
In 2016, the status of the giant panda was officially changed from Endangered to Vulnerable. Photographer Suzi Eszterhas journeyed to China to see the work of two breeding centres that have contributed to this extraordinary conservation effort.  
When David Plummer was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2009 at the age of 40, he decided to make the most of the situation and spent the following seven years capturing stunning images of wildlife.
View the winning images from the British Ecological Society's annual photo contest.
These photos from the Young Wildlife Photographers UK group celebrate the beauty of autumn and winter wildlife.
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