This category is for photography sites that feature primarily collections of photographs of animals. This includes "any living organism except a plant or bacterium, typically able to move about" [Webster's Dictionary].
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Wildlife from around the world.
Features wildlife images, including birds, fish, mammals, insects, and underwater wildlife.
Tiger images from Ranthambhore, Bandhavgarh national parks and African wildlife.
Features birds, insects, wildlife, scenery, astrophotography and locomotive images. Includes galleries and information about equipment.
Professional wildlife photographer and author provides his resume, photograph archive, books, press clippings, video clips and contact information.
Images of wild birds and mammals from North America and Brazil.
Fields, John H.
African wildlife, zoo and underwater photography, including information on the animals.
A collection of endangered wildlife images including mammals, birds and reptiles from Asia, Africa and America. Features galleries, commentary and biography.
Animals photographed by Delson Roche, based in India.
Butterflies, dragonflies, birds, reptiles, and mammals, mostly from Texas.
Gallery of mammal, insect, and bird photography.
Wildlife photographs of birds and mammals from around the world.
Birds and other wildlife from around the world.
Photographs of wild dolphins, other marine mammals, and birds in Scotland.
Roberts, Patsy Smith
African wildlife photographer and author provides a biography, calendar, African journal, press coverage and online store.
Photographs of animals in their natural environment, including mammals, insects, and reptiles.
Tate, Alan and Ann
Birds from all seven continents represented. Photographs supplied for publication, research or personal use.
Portfolio of wildlife photography, taken mainly in Southern Africa. In English and German.
Collection of wildlife images from Australia and Europe.
Photographs of wild grey wolves on Vargas Island, British Columbia, and facts about them.
Photographs of predators, birds, primates, and herbivores, primarily from Africa.
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