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The Thrill of the Hunt
Ray Hennessy on the excitement of finding your own photographic locations: "I think about bird photography a lot. Most of my downtime is spent thinking about or planning bird photography. Lately, I've been thinking a lot about how and where I photograph birds. I'm starting to realize that I much more enjoy the chase than simply capturing the photo. The longer I've been doing this, the more I realize I’ve been losing out on the experience, and I want that back."
Forest Elephants of the Congo Basin
Close encounters with the Forest Elephants of the Congo Basin, by Ramdas Iyer: "Any discussion on the subject of elephants is one that ultimately leads to deep dismay. Along with the rhino, elephant populations have been in deep decline, especially in the last three decades. While most of us photographers have experienced the joy of being around large herds of savannah elephants in east and southern Africa, not many have photographed the forest elephant in its true habitat."
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London. Don't miss our selection of the various winners from over 48,000 total entires to this year's competition.
Capturing an Unseen World
Spending Six Hours a Day with Bats in the Amazon Rainforest, with Mark Fernley: "The Amazon Rainforest is a wonderful place, with interesting things around every twist and turn for the wildlife photographer. As I was walking through the forest on an unfamiliar path during a photographic shoot, I spotted something large on the ground, obscured by undergrowth in the shade of the trees towering like giants overhead. Making my way over, I discovered it to be a large hollow treefall that had been there for many years. I had to explore! Taking a look inside, I found a large colony of bats. This would require a planned return to photograph them!"
A Photographer's Dream Week in Kenya
Images and text by Jacques-André Dupont: "I had heard the rumors, or even the promises, that Mara North Conservancy was worth visiting, especially if, like me, you take both your photography and wildlife seriously and if you are looking for the 'once upon a time' Africa."
10 Questions with ... Roie Galitz
Editor's Choice
A hand-picked selection of our favorite images submitted by our readers.

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Category: Arts & Photography, Travel & Destinations
Publisher: Wildlife Photographic Magazine
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