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Be Delighted By These Photos of a Child Playing in Nature
March 9, 2016
— A father photographs his daughter’s trials and triumphs in the natural world.
Agami Herons' Full Mating Ritual Photographed for the First Time
January 29, 2016
— A couple's trek to a hidden lagoon in Costa Rica leads to a cache of new details about a glorious, yet understudied bird.
9 Images That Show How Fast The Arctic Is Changing
December 31, 2015
— Take a look—life at the top of the planet will never be the same.
6 Views of The Earth From Above
December 31, 2015
— Staring at the Earth from outer space is captivating—until you realize you're probably marveling at destruction.
Can't Swing an African Safari in Real Life? Check Out These 13 Photos Instead.
December 2, 2015
— Robert Ross’s book explores one of Africa’s oldest, least-known wildernesses through hundreds of brilliant images.
Audubon Photography Awards Displayed at Smithsonian
November 18, 2015
— Youth winner Zachary Webster takes you on a video tour through the exhibit.
See Rare, Extraordinary—and Natural—Photos From NatGeo's New Book
November 17, 2015
— The publication continues its century-long tradition of delivering stunning images from around the world.
Enjoy These Gorgeous Bird Pics—Hey, It's Good for Conservation
November 16, 2015
— To save birds, cultivate wonder first, says photographer Gerrit Vyn.
7 Baby Waterbirds to Make You Squeal
October 23, 2015
— Photographer William Burt zooms in on chicks, and they stare right back.
Pigeon Portraits Reveal the City Bird’s True Beauty
September 17, 2015
— NYC photographer Andrew Garn’s photos, currently displayed in Brooklyn Bridge Park, zoom in on an underappreciated species.
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