Taken at the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, Tomasz Szpila’s hypnotic photo was awarded ‘Category Winner’ in the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022 competition’s Wild Portraits section. Two other Polish photographers were also award runner-up in the Landscapes and Under 16s categories.
After locating the chick called Varso, Jola Saratowicz climbed on to the roof of the Palace of Culture and after chasing the young falcon around finally managed to grab it, saving it from certain death.
Łukasz Gwiździel from Debrzno in northern Poland, received the award in the 57th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition in the category: ‘Behaviour: Birds’, one of five awarded in the category.
VIDEO: The litter now brings the number of cubs born in North-west Poland to 14, a record year since the conservation programme began with the release of adult Lynx into the wild in 2016.
With the help of Internet users, Mieszko and Karolina Stanisławski raised enough money to buy 5.53 ha of forest in the Low Beskids mountain range in south-eastern Poland. Now they are now thinking about buying a second one.
TFN’s Nick Westerby takes a virtual stroll through Poland’s countryside to find out more about the country’s 35,000 species of animals and 28,000 species of plants and fungi.
With towns and forests deserted of people, the country’s wildlife has a new-found confidence.
Created for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Jan Kallwejt’s striking poster features a lynx and its cub in the forefront, with a forest behind it. The rest of the poster shows various threats to the lynx, from hunters between the trees to the destruction of its natural habitant by deforestation and road construction. Tree stumps show where trees have been cut down.
Volunteer firefighters from southern Poland have collected money for the rehabilitation and restoration of the Kosciuszko National Park in Australia. This was the "Think globally, act locally" principle in action, said President Andrzej Duda on Thursday.
The silver-backed Chevrotain which was found by scientists from the Global Wildlife Conservation with the support of Wrocław Zoo, is on a list of 25 most-wanted lost species.