The Game of Wildlife Frame is available now for Facebook. Feel free to use them for fun and share the campaign for endangered animals.
How to Use :
1.Update profile picture on Facebook.
2.Select 'Add Frame'. 3.Search with keyword "wildlife", "animal", "satwa" or just type the "shirohyde". 4.Pick one from 10 frames available.
5.Use as Profile Picture.
6.You can also use your framed photo in other social media such as @instagram . No need to tag or add a credit to the creator, the goal is to share the campaign and biodiversity in Indonesia.
Wiggle kindly alerted us to this old fellow in the backyard. we didn’t really have anywhere safe to put him because there’s a lot of roaming cats in this area, but we got him out of reach of our three at the very least, and hopefully put him in a safe hidden spot #lizard#bluetongue#straya#native#wildlife
On this morning, myself and five others were dropped off by float plane at a lake deep in Katmai National Park. We began hiking a couple of miles down the river to a point where we had seen bears from the air. As we walked and quietly talked to each other, we noticed a big brown rock up in the tundra. By this point in the trip, we had come to accept that "brown rocks" were almost always bears. As we moved toward it, we noticed something move behind it, then another and another. We had stumbled upon this beautiful bear and her three Cubs. We approached her with caution as her curious cubs peaked at us over her back. As she and the cubs showed us they were calm and comfortable with our presence, we settled in for one of the most productive wildlife shoots I have ever had. It was an incredible morning and I and an experience I am really grateful for.
This image and others like it are in my 2018 Wildlife Calendar, available through the link in my bio.
The winners of the @natural_history_museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards 2017 have been announced.
France’s Laurent Ballesta is the winner of the Earth’s Environments category, and it’s not difficult to see why. This sub-zero adventurer has a knack for taking some absolutely stunning images of life beneath the most frigid of waves, but this shot of the underside of an iceberg – rarely seen by any human – is arguably his best yet. “None of us could see the whole thing under water. Close-to, it was overflowing from our view. From a distance, it disappeared into the fog,” he told WPOTY. It took 147 images of the beast, stitched together, to produce this final photograph.
A young coyote ran across the road near our house tonight. I was able to snap a quick picture with my phone but I had Matilda in the car. She saw it run across the road was going crazy trying to jump out the window. @matildadoggie #wildlife#coyote