Concurso internacional de fotografias de vida selvagem
A imagem de oito pelicanos cobertos de petróleo foi a vencedora do prestigioso concurso internacional de fotografias de vida selvagem, Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011. A fotografia do espanhol Daniel Beltrá foi tirada após o vazamento de petróleo no Golfo do México, em 2010
Japanese macaque- by marsel van oosten (nature photographer of the year 2011) " I used a radio controlled remote off-camera flash to create the light, which is very common in macro and model photography, but not in wildlife photography."
Photographer Marina Cano has fallen in love with the beauty of nature and its creatures. The wildlife photographer, who is based in Cantabria, located in the North of Spain, has devoted three years of her life to a passion project that exposes the scenic and spiritual appeal of this world's natural environments. In her book Cabárceno, titled after the largest natural wildlife park in Europe, Cano captures stunning images of animals in their natural habitat.
Watch Wildlife (India). 'Whether you prefer to do it by boat or creeping through the forest canopy, avid naturalists will relish the chance to seek out Goa’s wildlife of the skies, the seas or rustling somewhere in the bushes. Mingle with monkeys at Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, spot a Ceylon frogmouth at the beautiful Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/goa/south-goa/sights/other/cotigao-wildlife-sanctuary