New Images

Australian Avifauna
 
30 Aug 2021 02:31 pm
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Noisy pittas, scarlet robins and rainbow lorikeets are among some of the colorful Australian bird species from Martin Willis' recent collection of images. The Sunburnt Country boasts over 850 bird species of which 45% are endemic meaning they live nowhere else in the world.
 
Bighorn Sheep by Dawn Wilson
 
24 Aug 2021 12:00 am
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Dawn Wilson brings us a new selection of wintery Bighorn Sheep in the Shoshone Valley of Wyoming. The males are in full rut competing in bloody battles to gain the affections of females. Crashing their heads together the rams fight for dominance. They have hind legs that can launch them 20 feet in a single leap, and they use this strength to drive their heads into opponents at 800 kg of force, over 10 times the force of two football players colliding.
 
Birds by Roland Seitre
 
11 Aug 2021 12:00 am
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Waders, waterbirds and seabirds are included in this gallery of new images from Roland Seitre.
 
Desert Elephants by Andre Gilden
 
22 Mar 2021 12:00 am
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Andre Gilden brings us a selection of desert adapted elephants from the arid regions of Kaokoland, Namibia. These elephants have developed certain adaptations for desert life and tend to have relatively broader feet, longer legs and smaller bodies than other African bush elephants. They are herbivorous, and their diet varies with the time of year. They may walk up to 70 kilometers at night to find water points, which is the cause of their bigger feet.
 
Glen Canyon by Jeff Foott
 
26 Jul 2021 12:00 am
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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area lies in the middle of the Colorado Plateau, which spans 130,000 square miles of Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico, an area that can be characterized by its high elevation and arid to semi-arid climate. Buttes, mesas and canyons are iconic in this western park. Jeff Foott takes us to witness the geologic majesty of this special area.
 
Global Scenics by Theo Allofs
 
7 Jul 2021 12:00 am
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From Australia to Alaska Theo takes us to some of the most stunning landscapes around the world. Evening skies are lit by both sunsets and aurora borealis while images of wetlands, reefs and deserts take you to another world in this gallery of scenics.
 
Magical Iceland by Shane White
 
30 Aug 2021 12:00 am
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Shane White takes us to witness the stark beauty of Iceland in his recent submission of images. This gallery includes shots of Icelandic horses which grow a special, three-layer coat which helps them survive the freezing temperatures along a varitey of ice formations including ice caves, glaciers and icebergs. Luminous northern lights and 200 foot tall waterfalls are also included in this selection of photos.
 
New Biosphoto images
 
9 Aug 2021 12:00 am
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A recent upload of photos from our partner Biosphoto has added some special new images to our collection. Night skies lit by the Milky Way, pristine coral reefs and busy weaver birds are included in this gallery of images. Two of our favorites include a group of bees sleeping with their heads buried in a purple flower and an action shot of battling starlings.
 
North American Wildlife by Steve Gettle
 
7 Jul 2021 12:00 am
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Camouflaged owls, wintery bison and combative songbirds are included in this new selection of North American wildlife by Steve Gettle
 
Pandemic Project by Sean Crane
 
9 Jun 2021 10:07 am
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There aren’t a lot of upsides to a year in lockdown. Especially for a wildlife photographer who specializes in capturing images from the far corners of the globe. So when the most exotic location I’d been to in a year became my backyard, I had only one option — to embrace it. I ordered a bunch of equipment and began camera trapping. We may not have quolls, lorises or fossas in Connecticut, but we do have plenty of woodland mammals that stay hidden during the day, but make their appearance once the rest of us have headed in for the night. Which isn’t to say I haven’t had a fair share of daytime visitors to my traps too. And there’s nothing like finally tending to that leaky faucet in the kitchen, only to later realize I was multi-tasking by photographing a bear cub. - Sean Crane
 
Primates by the Sohns
 
28 Jul 2021 12:00 am
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Unusual primates such as the mangaby, titi and saki are included in this gallery of images from the Sohns. Along with bonobo chimps (our closest genetic relatives) there are sleepy gorillas and curious tamarins...
 
South Africa by Richard du Toit
 
7 Jul 2021 12:00 am
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New life comes to South Africa in the springtime. Seasonal rains bring wildflowers, green vegetation and a new crop of baby animals. Richard du Toit takes us to a blooming landscape with playful elephant calves, lions enjoying a grassy snack and ostrich fathers tending to their young chicks.
 
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