British Wildlife Photo Days

I still have places to go on my British Wildlife Photo Days at the British Wildlife Centre in Surrey. Book soon and be in for a chance to use an exotic 300mm 2.8 lens plus converter free of charge (Nikon or Canon only).

For more info, please follow the link below.
British Wildlife Photo Days I still have places to go on my

British Wildlife Centre Photo Days

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Antonia Jane Corp
Here is a highlight from one of our Big Cat Photo Safaris last month in the Maasai Mara. One of four young male lions decided to stop for us in the best position and best light he could find. It was one of those rare encounters that happens just once or twice a year.

This picture: 550mm, 1/500th, f/4, ISO 500
Here is a highlight from one of our Big Cat Photo Safaris
Chingrimung Lungleng
Gary Manes
Ronald Hörstmann
Tigers of India Photo Tour

We have announced on our Tigers of India tour dates for next April and May. We spend five full days in Bandhavgarh photographing tigers with the best guides and drivers. Have a look to see what we offer and if you are interested, please email or contact us via this page.

For more info, please follow the link below.
Tigers of India Photo Tour We have announced on our Tigers of

Tigers of India Photo Tour

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Willem Jan van Dijken
Atul Singh Sidhi
Ravi Padda
Wildlife of India Photo Tour

We have announced on our Wildlife of India tour dates for next April and May. We not only look for tigers, but elephant, rhino, leopard and bear too. Have a look to see what we offer and if you are interested, please email or contact us via this page.

For more info, please follow the link below.
Wildlife of India Photo Tour We have announced on our Wildlife of

Wildlife of India Photo Tour

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Markus Kiili
Ke Constanze
Vijay Prajapati
Two of the Four Nomads chased and bought down a buffalo today during our Big Cat Photo Safari here in the Maasai Mara. It's an encounter seldom seen, so we were priveleged to have witnessed it. It follows on from yesterday's aardvark and Tuesday's wild dogs and rhinos. It's been a remarkable week so far.
Two of the Four Nomads chased and bought down a buffalo today
Dipen Dey
Sandra Morse
Sue Dewar
It's a Big Cat Photo Safari, but the little cats are proving to be just as popular. We are seeing servals twice or thrice weekly here in the Maasai Mara this season, to add to the elusive caracal we encountered during our first week.
Its a Big Cat Photo Safari but the little cats are proving
Andréa Guimarães
Ulla Wettergren
John Collins
The Four Nomads are the new lions on the block, and it looks like they are here to stay. Here are two of them, photographed last week on out Big Cat Photo Safari here in the Maasai Mara.
The Four Nomads are the new lions on the block and it
Samantha Briscoe
Laurence Barthelemy
Kiran Ark
We did not expect to see wild dogs in the Maasai Mara on our Big Cat Photo Safari this morning. And this after encountering three rhinos together too. Finishing the morning with a leopard meant we saw the big five plus wild dogs. That can't happen too often.
We did not expect to see wild dogs in the Maasai Mara
John Morhall
Susan Wilson
Ulla Wettergren
Our Big Cat Photo Safari this year has had two good weeks out of two so far, with the usual lions, cheetahs and leopards, plus three rhino, three servals, and one caracal. This caracal was a real treat, they are rare to see, and this one may well be the first seen this year by anybody.
Our Big Cat Photo Safari this year has had two good weeks
Jennifer Siemens
Betsy Mc Donald
Samia Tobdjli
As seen on the first hour of the first drive of the first day of the first safari of our Big Cat Photo Safari this season. A very photogenic leopard is always a good way to begin. I had left my shorter lens behind – I only had my 400mm with me, so this picture was the result of a four image stitch.
As seen on the first hour of the first drive of the
Miramani Miki
Biswaraj Sarkar
Sue Dewar
We are heading to the Maasai Mara again soon to begin our Big Cat Photo Safari season there. Here is a picture from last year, during a very typical sunset just before heading back to camp.

I have a few places left. If you are interested, please let me know.

This picture: 70mm, 1/1000th, f/6.7, ISO 100
We are heading to the Maasai Mara again soon to begin our
Dave Christie
Matt McKean
Paul Elliott
We are heading to the Maasai Mara again soon to begin our Big Cat Photo Safari season there. And where we hope to see either Caesar or Notch II, the last two of the Notch Boys.

I have a few places left. If you are interested, let me know.

This picture: 400mm, 1/500th, f/3.3, ISO 250
We are heading to the Maasai Mara again soon to begin our
Ellen de Ruiter-Bolink
Dot Carson
Sundas Anwar
Heading down to the River

This is one from last year during our Great Migration Photo Safari in the Maasai Mara in Kenya. Wildebeest can appear to offer little in the way of picture opportunities, but a little familiarity with them soon reveals possibilities not always apparent initially.
Heading down to the River This is one from last year during
Eugenia Fusi
Marian Tudor
Vijay Phanindra
Maasai Mara Big Cat Photo Safari 2017

We still have a few places remaining on our Big Cat Photo Safaris next February and March. This is where we can see and photograph lions, cheetahs and leopards on an almost daily basis from a prime location in the Maasai Mara.

Places are filling up so if you're interested then please email or contact us via this page, or follow the link below.
Maasai Mara Big Cat Photo Safari 2017 We still have a few

Maasai Mara Big Cat Photo Safari

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Paul Elliott
FubuDesign
Maasai Mara Big Cat Photo Safari 2017

We still have places on our Big Cat Photo Safaris next February and March. Have a look to see what we offer and if you are interested, please email or contact us via this page. Some weeks are booked already, and others are filling so you'll need to be quick.

For more info, please follow the link below.
Maasai Mara Big Cat Photo Safari 2017 We still have places on

Maasai Mara Big Cat Photo Safari

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Alex Strachan
A Long Way Down

One from one of our Big Cat photo safaris last March.

This picture: 400mm, 1/500th, f/8, ISO 220
A Long Way Down One from one of our Big Cat photo
Lone Kiter
Kat Bellin
William Steel
When anybody ever asks what my favourite animals
are to photograph, ox-peckers are always on my list

This picture: 550mm, 1/1000th, f/6.7, ISO 200
When anybody ever asks what my favourite animals
Wait & Shoot
Roberta Iacino
Riley Hull
Tigers of India Photo Tour

We still have places on our Tigers of India Photo Tour for next May. We spend five full days in Bandhavgarh photographing tigers with the best guides and drivers. Have a look to see what we offer and if you are interested, please email or contact us via this page.

For more info, please follow any of the links below.
Tigers of India Photo Tour We still have places on our Tigers

Tigers of India Photo Tour

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Filma Lumakis
Wildlife of India Photo Tour

We still have places on our Wildlife of India Photo Tour for next April and May. We not only look for tigers, but elephant, rhino, leopard and bear too. Have a look to see what we offer and if you are interested, please email or contact us via this page.

For more info, please follow any of the links below.
Wildlife of India Photo Tour We still have places on our Wildlife

Wildlife of India Photo Tour

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Majo Garrido
Harsh Sabdani
Sue Dewar
An African Big Cat Photo Safari

We still have places on our Big Cat Photo Safaris next February and March. Have a look to see what we offer and if you are interested, please email or contact us via this page. Some weeks have been booked already, and others are filling so you'll need to be quick.

For more info, please follow any of the links below.
An African Big Cat Photo Safari We still have places on our

An African Big Cat Photo Safari

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Shubhansh Shukla
Emma Jane
Jacqueline Geddes-Smith