Swiss Wildlife

Swiss Wildlife
Hi photographers and nature lovers! It’s been a while since I published an article, but today, I will share with you a bit of the swiss Wildlife, with a brand new presentation of the articles and photos. Slowly, previous articles will start to look like this one, allowing to enjoy larger images. As everywhere in the World, Wildlife has to be respected and protected. Being a Wildlife Photographer, I really hope that my pictures will encourage you to do so. …

Zernez National Park, Switzerland

Zernez National Park, Switzerland
The Zernez National Park in Switzerland, is located in the Engadine area, in the Canton of Grisons. Only Switzerland National Park, and first national park in Europe, it was founded in 1914 (August 1, the Swiss National Day). Its history dates back to 1909, when Swiss naturalists wanted to protect nature from human activities in development. Inspired by the United States which already had many national parks, they founded the Swiss League for Nature Protection (LSPN), currently known as Pro …

Fox Cubs Playing

Fox Cubs Playing
Photos and video of little red fox cubs playing together, while waiting for their mum to come back to the burrow. It’s something rare for wildlife photographer to encounter scenes like the one I had a chance to see. I was happy to discover the den of a red fox family, near some fields and forest in Switzerland. I spent 5 hours photographing and filming the 4 little fox cubs playing together. I stayed camouflaged and remained silent during this …

Alpine Chamois, Alps

Alpine Chamois, Alps
The Alpine chamois, whose pictures below are taken in the Swiss Alps, is the smallest species of the Caprinae (including bighorn sheep and ibex). From the Alps to Anatolia and Azerbaijan, through the Vosges, Jura, Massif Central, the Balkans and Carpathians, there are six subspecies of chamois in rocky areas, forests, and pastures. The isard (also izard) is a related species of the chamois of the Alps, and lives in the Pyrenees, the Italian Apennines and the Cantabrian mountain range. …

Camouflage For Wildlife Photography

Camouflage For Wildlife Photography
Here are some tips and advices about the different types of camouflage for wildlife photography. Wildlife photography is not that easy when you go to get your shots into the wild. Animals are more cautious and quickly scared if they find that something is going wrong around them. The use of camouflage aims to help wildlife photographers to get closer to animals. Needless to say that even if these ones can’t clearly see you, they still can smell or hear …