My 22 Favourite Wildlife Photography Images of 2019
Wildlife photography is one of the most challenging genres of photography out there. However, it is also the most rewarding one, but it does require a serious time commitment to really achieve the highest levels. Not only do you have
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Sweden’s Golden Eagles Are Soaring To Success & Britain Could Follow
The golden eagle is one of Britain’s rarest species. They can only be found in small areas of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Furthermore, only around 500 breeding pairs of the birds remaining in the wild throughout the UK. But now
VIDEO: Water Rails in Scotland
How the UK should follow THIS Dutch conservation success
In the heart of Europe’s most heavily developed country, scarcely 30 klms from the centre of Amsterdam, lies a miracle of wildness. Oostvaardersplassen is merely the crown jewel in a yet bigger concept – that of a network of ecological
How Humans Have Changed The Desert’s Biodiversity
Humans have been affecting the biodiversity of habitats throughout the world at an alarming rate over the past few decades. We only have to look at the state of our oceans and the plastic waste to realise the impact of
Rushegura: In The Hands Of Kabukojo
Monday 14th March, news breaks that three of Virunga’s rangers had been killed at the hands of poachers, whilst protecting Mountain Gorillas. The world’s largest primate. Furthermore, a forth ranger had been killed a few weeks earlier in the Democratic