#Repost@hardik_patel_photography with @get_repost
Eye to eye with Striped Hyena,
LRK, Mar – 2018.
Sun was about to set on the horizon at LRK, when we decided to have one last look for Hyena before calling a day.. and we were blessed with sighting of 3 Hyenas together.. one of them was curious and checking on us.. Other two were busy playing with eachother.. It was challenging to capture them in very low light.. Managed few clicks and clips with tripod and bit high iso..
Wish you all have great weekend ahead.. More pics at https://www.hardikpatelphotography.com
"The winner has the last laugh." This photo wins our Humour and Wildlife #FortnightFocus challenge.
Congratulations to Varun Thakkar (@varunthakkar156) for this striped cat and its bellowing laugh-face.
Have a cute caption for this cat? Add them in the comments.
You have given much love to our #LookUp interactive canopy series. Now, with this gorgeous forest floor - illustrated by Daniel Luis (@danielluis77) - we encourage you to #LookDown at what lies beneath.
#Repost@timflachphotography with @get_repost
These cute Salamanders known as Axolotl are of great interest to science because it can regenerate limbs and parts it's own brain. Wish I could do that!
The Aztec people saw a manifestation of the god Xolotl in this little creature, who led souls into underworld alongside the setting sun.
IUCN Red List Status: Critically Endangered
Signing off with this artwork from Rohit Shukla, a forest guard with the Seoni division in Madhya Pradesh. On the International Day of Action for Rivers 2018, his art emphasises the role of tigers and forests for the continuity of rivers.
Thank you, @vijaymraj!
"Powerlines cause countless wildlife fatalities every year. In the last decade alone, we have lost approximately 2 percent of the total global population of Great Indian Bustards, a Critically Endangered species, to collisions or electrocutions with powerlines in India. Are we, as a society, ready to accept this as the collateral damage of development and progress?" Photographed on a GoPro by Devesh Gadhvi (@deveshgadhvi), this image made it to the final round in the Conservation category in the #NiFPhotographyAwards last year.
Season 7 of Canon Wild Clicks is back to welcome India's best brains in wildlife photography to the land of leopards, sloth bears and tigers - Satpura National Park - from June 6 to June 10, 2018.
Nature Wanderers reveals the main attractions of Canon Wild Clicks 7: Luxurious stays, exciting safaris & grand prizes to be won.
Season 7 of Canon Wild Clicks is here to welcome India's best brains in wildlife photography to the land of leopards, sloth bears and tigers - Satpura National Park from June 6-10, 2018 and Nature Wanderers hereby reveals the main attractions of Canon Wild Clicks 7 !! Luxurious stays, exciting safaris & grand prizes await you.
Hey #NiF community! Here's our #NiFPickoftheWeek. Photo submitted by @ramachandirangovindaraj. Make sure to tag us in your best nature, wildlife and travel images. Every week, we highlight the photo that caught our attention.