Wildlife Photography

December 22, 2023

Photographer Travels Europe to Document Incredible Starling Murmurations

After spending several years photographing starling murmurations in his native Denmark, photographer Søren Solkær has spread his wings and traveled across Europe to document the phenomenon. The migration routes of these passerines brought Solkær from Ireland and England to the Netherlands and Italy, where he photographed their incredible formations in the sky. The result is Starling, a follow-up to his well-received book Black Sun.

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November 29, 2023

Photographer Chronicles the Enchanting Life of a Wild Red Fox for 8 Months

The world of animals mostly goes unseen by people, except for the lucky few who know where to look or have built a relationship with wildlife. Hungarian photographer Milan Radisics was determined to capture foxes. Then, a chance encounter with a vixen living near his property led to a eight-month-long relationship, which Radisics documents in a series of stunning photographs.

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October 8, 2023

Photographer Wins Prize for Heartbreaking Story About the Plight of Endangered Forest Elephants

Dutch photographer Jasper Doest has dedicated his career to “giving a voice to nonhuman lives.” His award-winning photography tells visual stories of wildlife in desperate need of attention. Now his work is being honored within the context of the GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Doest's moving photostory about endangered African forest elephants in central Gabon has earned him the 2023 Fritz Pölking Prize.

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