Tag: wildlife photography

Reader Photos

Patternless delma

The latest Australian Geographic Flickr group photo of the week. Congratulations to this week’s AG Flickr group member Peter, for his image ‘Patternless delma’ “Known as the patternless or common delma (Delma inornata), this small reptile is a very fast and elusive lizard. Yes, you read correctly, it’s a lizard, not a snake. It grows… View Article

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AG Nature Photographer of the Year 2017: Threatened species shortlist

In this category, we asked for photos of flora or fauna that have been deemed threatened, rare, vulnerable or endangered. This shortlist is a reminder of how many beautiful animals face extinction if we do not act. These photos will be exhibited at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide (11 August to 24 September) and the Australian Museum in Sydney (11 August to 10 December)

Wildlife

AG Nature Photographer of the Year 2017: Junior shortlist

This shortlist showcases the finest nature photography from entrants under the age of 18. The beauty of the shots contained is indicative of the talent in our budding Australian photographers. These photos will be exhibited at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide (11 August to 24 September) and the Australian Museum in Sydney (11 August to 10 December)

Wildlife

AG Nature Photographer of the Year 2017: Monochrome shortlist

Stunning photos of landscapes and animals sit side by side in a gallery that may be without colour, but certainly isn’t without interest. Photographs could be sepia-toned or infrared. These photos will be exhibited at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide (11 August to 24 September) and the Australian Museum in Sydney (11 August to 10 December)

Reader Photos

Yellow-footed antechinus

Congratulations to this week’s AG Flickr group member Bill Harris, for his image ‘Yellow-footed antechinus’, our AG Reader Photo of the Week. “While searching Victoria’s Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park for regent honeyeaters, we came across this little fellow 1.8m from the ground. The species is also known as the mardo, and by locals as the… View Article

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AG Nature Photographer of the Year 2017: Animal habitat shortlist

In this category, we asked for photos showing animals in the environment in which they live – this environment could be natural or built, and the animal, either native or feral. The only rule was that the animal must not be captive and has claimed the habitat independently. This shortlist shows the beautiful variety of landscapes and animals we enjoy in Australia. These photos will be exhibited at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide (11 August to 24 September) and the Australian Museum in Sydney (11 August to 10 December)