wildlife-galleries.co.uk

These galleries are primarily based on European species of Birds, Mammals, Insects, Reptiles, Amphibians and Plants. Contained within the pages of this web site are hundreds of wildlife and nature photographs and images. The quality and breadth of wildlife images now available on this site makes wildlife-galleries.co.uk a premier source of high quality wildlife stock photographs. This site is split into 13 main galleries, these containing over 90 sub-galleries with over 6800 images attracting between 1000 to 2000 unique visitors per month.

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Amphibians & Reptiles
Amphibians & Reptiles
Europe is home to 79 species of lizard, 32 species of snake and 75 different species of amphibians. Given the elusive nature of many of these animals, finding and photographing them is a challenge.
Birds (Aves)
Birds (Aves)
There are in excess of 10,000 different species of birds in the world. By far the largest concentration of bird species are found in South America with over 3,200 species. In comparison, approximately 1,000 different bird species have been seen in Europe, over 400 species breed here. Contained within 34 galleries are over 1650 images of many of these species.
Insects
Insects
The Insect Gallery contains over 2000 images within 12 sub-galleries grouped by insect type. The Moths sub-gallery is a collection of over 1000 images of macro and micro moths and is a useful resource in moth identification.
Mammals
Mammals
Europe is home to a vast array of mammals, from land-based predators such as the Scottish Wildcat, Lynx, European Wolf, Wolverine, Brown bear and even Polar Bear. The seas around our shores are home to many mammal predators including seals and Dolphins, Otters and of course, Orcas. European mammals come in all shapes and sizes and are perfectly adapted to live in the diverse habitats of Europe.
Underwater
Animals in their environment
Animals in their environment
This is a gallery to highlight species in their natural habitat while showing the individual animal inside its environment.
Super Macro
Molluscs
Fungi
Plants
Plants
Europe contains many different types of habitat. Artic tundra, alp meadows and mountain peaks, lowland heath, fresh water lakes and ever increasingly, urban areas, are just some of those habitats making up the European landscape. Plants, in all their sizes and colours have been able to exploit all of these landscapes.
Invertebrates
Invertebrates
Invertebrates make up nearly 99% of animal diversity in the world and occupy a central role in the survival or maintenance of most ecosystems.
worms
North American Wildlife
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