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Blue Shark © Paul Colley, winner of the Coastal and Marine category, BWPA 2015 gallery

Winning images: A Q&A with photographer Paul Colley

“Extraordinary” – that’s how many have described the work of Paul Colley, freelance professional photo journalist, diver, and winner of British Wildlife Photography Awards ‘Coastal and Marine’ category 2015. I interviewed Paul to find out what makes him tick….or should I say click. Congratulations on your photo ‘Beautiful blues’ winning the WWF-sponsored ‘Coast and Marine’ […]

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Richard Hammond and his camera, Amazon © Richard Hammond

Q&A with Richard Hammond in the Amazon

TV star Richard Hammond ventured deep into the Amazon for his new Sky 1 programme ‘Richard Hammond’s Jungle Quest’, which airs on 16 and 23 September. The show sees Richard attempting to realise his childhood dream of being a wildlife photographer. We caught up with Richard to ask him about his jungle adventure… What made […]

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Gentoo penguin,Port Lockroy, Antarctica. Copyright: Pete Bucktrout, Norman Cobley, British Antarctic Survey

My 3 letters from the Penguin Post Office

Did you see the BBC2 Natural World documentary ‘Penguin Post Office’? It was a penguin extravaganza set at one of the UK’s most remote outposts. Port Lockroy, Goudier Island is located just off the Antarctic Peninsula. The historic British base was built in 1944, during a secret wartime mission called Operation Tabarin. It operated as […]

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Sir David Attenborough – a thank-you from WWF

For 60 years, perhaps more than anyone else on this planet today, David Attenborough has brought alive how important it is to protect a whole range of species and places – and has shown us the beauty and complexity of the amazing world we live in, and the absolutely critical relationship between its continued well-being […]

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Indian Ocean: the real Madagascar, and how we can save it

While filming parts of the second episode of his BBC series ‘Indian Ocean’ in Madagascar, Simon Reeve was accompanied by Charlie Gardner, scientific advisor for WWF’s Ala Maiky programme in the region. Here Charlie tells us the stark truth about what’s really happening in Madagascar, behind all the photogenic wildlife and the cute cartoons… “Madagascar […]

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