Osprey fishing, Kangasala, Finland.

Wild Wonders of Europe

Wild Wonders of Europe brought together 70 of the continent's most talented and committed nature photographers and sent them on 145 assignments across 48 European countries. After more than 1100 days in the field, an archive of 200,000 breathtaking images had been created - the most up-to-date, cohesive visual documentation of nature in Europe. More than that, Wild Wonders of Europe wanted to showcase the rich diversity of this continent and to show that in many places, a wildlife comeback is underway, which just goes to prove that conservation works: we just need more of it.