Tags : wildlife

71 falcons were released into the wild

Abu Dhabi: The Sheikh Zayed Falcon Release Programme (SZFRP) continues to enhance its contribution to nature conservation by releasing 71 falcons into the wilds of Kazakhstan, reinforcing its position as one of the largest wildlife conservation programmes in the world. The onset of rain and mild temperatures in the wild spaces of beautiful Kazakhstan provide […]...Read More

World’s Coolest Winter Photography Competition announces winners, publishes photos

Competition registered more than 2,800 submissions by 2,176 participants from 89 countries Dubai: The World’s Coolest Winter Photography Competition, organized by Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Awards (HIPA) in collaboration with the UAE Government Media Office, today announced the winners. The announcement coincided with the conclusion of the World’s Coolest Winter […]...Read More

Get ready to capture the UAE in your lens for the World’s Coolest Winter Photography competition

DUBAI: The Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Awards (HIPA) has announced the launch of the World’s Coolest Winter Photography Competition in collaboration with the UAE Government Media Office. The competition is being held on the sidelines of the second season of the World’s Coolest Winter campaign, which aims to familiarise residents and tourists […]...Read More

Wildlife photography winners announced at Nature inFocus Festival

The most extensive nature & wildlife festival in Asia has just announced its winners. Nature inFocus, an exclusive platform for photographers to create online portfolios of their nature and wildlife photographs, organises an annual photography competition for a global audience. Participants of the event continue to push the envelope by submitting their images of the […]...Read More

Elephant Alert: Mozambique elephants evolving without tusks

According to new research, widespread ivory hunting in Mozambique has resulted in the evolution of tuskless elephants. In Gorongosa National Park, a previously unusual genetic trait grew increasingly widespread as ivory poaching to fund a civil war pushed the elephant species to the verge of extinction, according to research published in Science magazine. Researchers have […]...Read More