We love wildlife photography—catching animals in the midst of their everyday lives gives us a peek into the unknown. And while we usually see wildlife at the cottage, now more than ever before (thanks to COVID) we are seeing animals roaming around in urban settings. Picfair’s Urban Wildlife Photography Awards set out to honour the shots people have taken over the last few years and celebrate the street smart creatures.
As much as we love encouraging you to get out in nature with your camera, it’s important to remember that there are ways to responsibly shoot wildlife photography. Learn all about the do’s and don’ts in season 3 episode 2 of the Cottage Life Podacast and enter your own shots in this year’s photo contest.
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