A Caracal cat spotted in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater by wildlife photographer & guide Paul PJ Joynson-Hicks

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Portrait of an Endangered African Wild Dog taken at Ngorongosa National Park in Mozambique by wildlife photographer & guide and founder of Pictus Safaris Tom Clode. Join them on small group safaris to remote corners of Africa.

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Leopard spotted quenching its thirst at a watering hole in a South African Park by Arun C Rao of Dread Lion Safaris

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Off to Church! A lioness leads a creche of lion cubs in Ndutu, Tanzania by wildlife photographer & guide Jeff Sink

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A mother whale and her calf beautifully captured by zoologist and award winning photographer Mark Cawardine. To see more of Mark’s images, click here: http://ow.ly/Om8P50EKEZd
Mark is this year’s judge in Pangolin Photo Safaris Competition. Enter the 2021 Pangolin Photo Challenge here and you could WIN a safari: http://ow.ly/I2sQ50EKEZe

Experience Kenya with wildlife photographers & tour leaders Reizin & Bernshtein and check into the Giraffe Manor Hotel in Nairobi.

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Lion cub showing how fierce he can be in Northern Serengeti, Tanzania by wildlife photographer Joe Knapman

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One of the cheetah brothers at the local pub at Tiger Canyons in South Africa wonderfully captured by NatGeo photographer& filmmaker Russell McLaughlin.

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Northern hawk owl stunningly captured in flight in British Colombia by wildlife photographer & Expedia tour leader Protik Mohammed Hossain.

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An endangered African wild dog at Motswari Gane Reserve in South Africa stares into the lens of wildlife photographer & photographic safari guide Randall Ball. Join Randall on a small, limited 4 guest group on a Big Cat Predator Photo Safari Tour in the Masai Mara this October. All inclusive small luxury camp with no single supplement for solo travellers. Direct message him on social media or visit his website for more information and full itinerary.

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A stunning reflection of a leopard at watering hole on a starry night at Zimanga Private Game Reserve in South Africa captured wildographer & photosafari guide Andreas Hemb whilst leading a recent trip. Andreas will be back leading another trip there later this year and same period next year so if you fancy joining him then contact him for more information.

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A pawsome shot of a young jaguar logging on in the Pantanal Wetlands in Brazil by Laura Dyer Phototography

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A leopard mother and cub beautifully captured by wildlife photographer & photosafari guide Helena Atkinson. Helena and her husband Grant lead exclusive photographic trips across Africa, South America & India so if you fancy joining their upcoming scheduled trips or privately guided ones then visit their website for more information.

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A male cheetah spotted on the hunt in the Masai Mara National Park, Kenya by wildlife photographer Grant Atkinson whilst leading a photosafari in March. Join him in the same region in 2022 and polish up your wildlife photography skills.

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This sweet girl has to work extra hard for her meals, having only one good eye to hunt with and then having to defend her well earned prize from a pack of spotted hyenas. Here she takes a little nap in this dead tree, where she’d hoisted her gazelle kill as the hyenas waited down below. A brilliant capture from the Mara Triangle, Kenya by wildlife photographer & tour leader at Lions Heart Adventure Safaris Christine Crosby.

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🎉 Prints for Wildlife is coming back for a 2nd Edition! 🎉 They are partnering up with @africanparksnetwork again so don’t miss out this time - especially you female photographers. How can you get involved? 📷 If you are a (wildlife) photographer, @printsforwildlife are hosting an open call until the 9th of May. They are especially looking for local talent from across Africa, POC, female identifying photographers and emerging talent, as they want their fundraiser to showcase diverse, new and emerging talent from around the world. Please send in a preview of your best wildlife related work via mail to hello@printsforwildlife.org for a chance to be a part of this! Volunteers: They are also looking for volunteers to help them pack and ship prints in their print lab in Amsterdam in the summer months (July & August 2021). Please also reach out via e-mail to hello@printsforwildlife.org if you'd be interested in joining them! Make sure to sign-up for their newsletter on www.printsforwildlife.org to be among the first to be notified when the fundraiser opens.

🎉 Prints for Wildlife is coming back for a 2nd Edition! 🎉
They are partnering up with African Parks again so don’t miss out this time – especially you female photographers.
How can you get involved?
📷 If you are a (wildlife) photographer, Prints For Wildlife founded by Pie Aerts & Lady Venom are hosting an open call until the 9th of May.
They are especially looking for local talent from across Africa, POC, female identifying photographers and emerging talent, as they want their fundraiser to showcase diverse, new and emerging talent from around the world. Please send in a preview of your best wildlife related work via mail to hello@printsforwildlife.org for a chance to be a part of this!
Volunteers: They are also looking for volunteers to help them pack and ship prints in their print lab in Amsterdam in the summer months (July & August 2021). Please also reach out via e-mail to hello@printsforwildlife.org if you’d be interested in joining them!
Make sure to sign-up for their newsletter on www.printsforwildlife.org to be among the first to be notified when the fundraiser opens.
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Adorable baby elephant plays in the shade underneath its mum in this beautiful shot by wildlife photographer Prelena Soma Owen.

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Leopardess hugs her adorable cub in this stunning shot taken in Zambia’s South Luangwa by wildlife photographer & photosafari leader Anette Mossbacher. Visit her website for privately guided trips and prints.

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Bald Eagle beautifully captured in flight by wildlife photographer, photographic guide & founder of Ultimate Photo course, Chase Teron. Join Chase on a live 10 Day Challenge where you can learn a step by step process to actually sell your photography prints. Follow link to Register for the Next dates running from 14th – 24th May: Ultimate Photo Course

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Masai Giraffes beautifully captured as they are jousting in the valleys of Serengeti National Park in Tanzania by top notch wildlife photographer, photographic guide, conservationist & author of To The Ends of The Earth series, Todd Gustafson.
Follow him on social media & visit his website for prints, upcoming trips , books & merchandise. 20% of the proceeds will go to Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Foundation.

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Flamingo mating behaviour captured by wildlife photographer, photographic guide and author Todd Gustafson whilst in the Caribbean Flamingos & Underwater Filming. Show your support by To The Ends Of The Earth website to buy prints, books, blu-ray dvds and other merchandise. 20% of the sale proceeds goes to support Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Programme.

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Diving Kingfisher by Sue Edwards Photography

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Man of the Forest! An Orangutan captured in Borneo by professional wildlife photographer & Nikon Ambassador Thomas Vijayan.

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Join a Gorilla Trekking Expedition in Uganda with wildlife photographer & photosafari guide Dick Berry and Capture Africa Tours. Contact them for 2021/22 tours.
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A crash off rhinos photographed from a hide by wildlife photographer and Tusk Photo guide Brendon Cremer

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  • Gabriele
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    May I use these pictures as reference photos for my art?

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      The short answer is No. You can follow the links and seek written permission from the individual copyright owners first.
      Thank you!

  • Kay Hicks
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    These are the most beautiful pictures of wildlife that I’ve ever seen. Thank you for sharing!

  • Patricia C Houghton
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    Beautiful photography. I love the wild animal’s, especially cats, primates,and birds. When I had a condo in Fort Myers, Florida, I had a small lake in my backyard. From the second floor I watched an adult eagle teaching a fledgling how to fish. A mother otter watching her twins playing on the shore. Thank you for this excellent exhibit.

  • Debbie Heddle
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    Such stunning photography showing off even more stunning wildlife xx 😘

  • Roberta Hartley
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    Thank you for such a magnificent group of photos. As I see and concentrate on each one, my mind is completely filled for the time being with awe, wonder, and, delight; there’s no room for anything else.

    Thank you so much!

  • Rosemary
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    What loveley pictures they make you see what gorgeouse animals there are in the world

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