Photography allows us to tell powerful stories about the wildlife we share this planet with - a beautiful but increasingly fragile place.
We all have the power to shape the future of the natural world and we all have our part to play in helping to find solutions to the planetary emergency.
Discover how wildlife photography can help you to connect with and make a positive impact on the natural world.
Impact of an image
Behind every photograph is a story of people joining together with one voice to create change. Our WPY photographers work not only to share the beauty of nature but to secure the future of our planet, and you can do the same. Take your phone or pick up a camera and share your experience of nature with us.
The Tigers Next Door
Steve Winter’s image The Tigers Next Door from Wildlife Photographer of the Year 56 played an important part in the passing of The Big Cat Public Safety Act in the USA in 2022. Hear how a photographer, a journalist, a lawyer and team of wildlife conservationists joined forces on a multi-year project to improve animal welfare.
The Sloth Dilemma
Suzi Eszterhas’ Wildlife Photographer of the Year 58 image Sloth Dilemma highlights her work with Dr Rebecca Cliffe, Founder and Executive Director of The Sloth Conservation Foundation in Costa Rica. Discover the success story that resulted from collaboration between science, conservation, art and photography.
Handled with Care
Awarded in the fifty-third Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Robin Moore’s image Handled With Care highlights how the power of photography can elevate a little-known species like the Jamaican iguana into the spotlight. Discover how Robin worked alongside local groups, communities and the Jamaican Environment Trust on a two-and-a-half-year campaign to save this species from extinction.
The natural world is in crisis, but you can make a difference.
Be inspired by the stories and ideas captured in Wildlife Photographer of the Year and discover new ways you can contribute to a sustainable future.