I have previously interviewed the brains behind JungleDragon, a FREE wildlife photography website that I personally enjoy. They are currently running a competition with $250 of prizes up for grabs! You should all check it out! It ends on 30th December 2015, so be quick about it! :) Good luck!
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A recent paper in PLoS ONE by Vidya Athreya et al., used an innovative method to examine Leopard populations in the Indian state of Karnataka. They searched local media sources for any mentioned leopard-human incidents and applied modelling methods to draw conclusions. Their data showed that "leopards occupied around 84,000 km2 or 47% of the State’s geographic area, outside designated national parks and wildlife sanctuaries".
I came across Andries on JungleDragon (a wildlife community website). Not only does he have some fantastic images, but some jaw-dropping wildlife stories from his time working in the wilds of Namibia!
The IUCN is known for it's Red List of endangeroed species, but more recently it has developed a Green List...
Knowing your subject is pivotal to meaningful wildlife photography. It makes the differences between a pretty picture and significant image. So, who better to ask about a subject than an expert.
Here I interview Dr Vicki Fishlock of the Amboseli Trust for Elephants (ATE) about her research and love for the big-eared, long nosed soap opera stars of her life! :)
Today (29th July) is International Tiger day! The point of this day is not to raise money (although that is nice), but to raise awareness! So, celebrate your tiger shots, share them and share the awareness!