Photographer Lynnette Newell became the winner of many prestigious international photo contests: Black & White Spider Award, International Aperture Awards, International Photography Awards, Graphis Photography Annual, International Color Awards, and others.
Red-Eyed Tree Frogs, Red-Eyed Tree Frog Pictures, Red-Eyed Tree Frog Facts
Calling all nature photographers! Enter The Nature Conservancy's 7th annual photo contest for a chance to be in the 2013 calendar. (2011 Grand Prize Winner: Red-eyed Tree Frog by BTLeventhal, via Flickr)
The mystery of the missing mistle thrush: Experts baffled by 'haemorrhaging' population in British gardens
The Mistle Thrush is fast disappearing from the UK's gardens, wildlife experts warned today as they urged people to take part in an annual survey to collect information about bird species. Results from the RSPB's annual Big Garden Birdwatch survey have shown that mistle thrushes are now being seen in fewer than half the number of gardens they were spotted in 10 years ago.
Serengeti National Park - Tanzania opt instead for a hot-air balloon odyssey over this African wildlife playground. The trip is at its most dramatic in May and early June when massive herds of wildebeest and zebras dodge predators during their annual migrations. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/themes/adventure-travel/the-planets-most-spellbinding-sights/#ixzz2upE1Rh5r
The annual red crab migration on Christmas Island, off the west coast of Australia, which David Attenborough has described as one of the most spectacular wildlife events on the planet. Picture: Justin Gilligan Source: Supplied
As of 4/2014 many seahorse species are endangered; some are already extinct. A world without creatures like the seahorse is unimaginably drab, blah and pitiful. May God bless all creatures great and small. #MotherNature is ultimately "in charge" on Earth. The more creatures like this that become extinct, the more the human race itself inches toward extinction. #ThisIsNotSustainable and Mother Nature knows it. More info…
Wild ponies are herded into the Assateague Channel for their annual swim to Chincoteague Island in Virginia. Every year, the wild ponies are rounded up to be auctioned off by the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company.