Amateur photographer Steve Biro was shooting at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Ontario last week when he managed to capture this remarkable photo of a bald eagle flying straight at him with a perfectly symmetrical reflection in the water below.
Safari, conjures up beautiful imagery, The wilds of Africa. Endless grasslands which are teeming with wildlife, antelope, zebras, giraffe, buffalo, rhino and herds of elephant all share this beautiful world.
In 2018, Sudan, the last remaining male northern white rhino passed away of natural causes at the Ol Pejeta conservancy in Laikipia County, Kenya thus signaling the end of the existence of their subspecies.
72-year-old Stephen Mckears was puzzled every morning when he would find hardware he left out on his workbench returned to their box. Using a wildlife trail camera, he discovered that a mouse was spending hours every night putting his tools back and tidying up his workspace.
Dive tour operator Rainer Schimpf was documenting a sardine run in February off the coast of South Africa when something unexpected and terrified happened: Schimpf was sucked into the mouth of a whale and then spat out, and the whole thing was caught on camera.
Photographer Sean Scott was shooting at a Western Australia beach a couple of years ago when he captured this beautiful photo of two sharks inside a large ocean wave. Scott was shooting with his Canon 5D Mark IV and a Canon 100-400mm lens at Red Bluff when he spotted an enormous school of fish in […]
Bird watcher Shirley Caldwell was looking out at the bird feeders in her backyard when the Erie, Pennsylvania, resident spotted an unusual bird: it was a half-male, half-female cardinal. National Geographic writes that the bird’s anomaly is known as a bilateral gynandromorph, in which half of a creature’s body is male and the other half […]