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14 Stunning Wildlife Photos that Support Conservation
Lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and Cape buffalo are coined as the Big 5 in the hunting world, named because they are the most difficult game to hunt. The New Big 5 project is an international initiative that is determined to turn this phrase into something positive. The project is currently holding a photography competition to determine the New Big 5 — the most important animals to photograph rather than kill. Check out some of the best entries and visit the link below for more information about the project.
10 Magnificent Space Photos from NASA
Each day, NASA releases a breathtaking image from outer space, giving us a glimpse into the spectacular spectacle of the sky. Check out 10 of the best images from the past month and visit the link below for more incredible photographs.
15 of the Funniest Wildlife Photos of the Year
Each year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards honors the year's most hilarious wildlife photos. Top photos include birds, bears, penguins, and other wildlife doing surprisingly silly things.
Wildlife Photos Help Save African Wildlife
More than 50 of the world’s top wildlife photographers are using their talents for a good cause. Due to COVID-19, tourism has significantly decreased, and as a result, Africa’s national parks are struggling to come up with the revenue to maintain conservation areas. Each photographer submitted one wildlife print to be sold at $100 and all proceeds will go to the African Parks Network — an NGO that will disperse the funds as needed. The goal was to raise $250,000, but the fundraiser has already exceeded that. For more information, visit the link below.
Breathtaking Photos of the Northern Lights
The northern lights are one of the most magnificent phenomena in all of nature. If you’re lucky, you might be able to glimpse the bright colors dancing in the sky, but if not, check out these gorgeous images from the Northern Lights Photographer of the Year shortlist.
The Grand Canyon: A Natural Wonder
President Theodore Roosevelt designated the Grand Canyon as a national park on February 26, 1919. “The Grand Canyon fills me with awe. It is beyond comparison—beyond description; absolutely unparalleled through-out the wide world,” he said. We couldn't agree more. Continue on for some of the most beautiful photos of America’s second most-visited national park.
15 Wildlife Photos to Make You Smile
The Photo Society is a collective of more than 100 National Geographic photographers who specialize in different skills from underwater photography to documenting endangered cultures. The society’s Instagram is filled with incredible photos from around the world, including some of the best wildlife photos. Check out some of the most outstanding photos and don’t forget to follow them on Instagram at @thephotosociety for more.
Behind the history of Mount Washington’s fabled 231-mph wind gust
Nearly 100 years ago, on April 12, 1934, staff members perched in a tiny observatory atop one of the most extreme locations on Earth braved the dangerous elements to record one of the world’s most intense wind gusts.
11 Spectacular Underwater Photographs
The 2020 Underwater Photographer of the Year contest drew many amazing photographs from around the world. Check out 11 of the most spectacular and visit the link below for more information about the contest.
18 Amazing Photos of the Ocean and Marine Life
The inaugural Ocean Photography Awards have drawn some pretty amazing entries. Focusing on conservation, adventures and exploration, the finalists are truly astounding.