For the last 4 years I’ve returned to northern Norway for guiding northern light photo-tours. This year I toured the beautiful Norwegian island of Senja just by myself after visiting it several times with groups before. I was especially looking for lesser known spots and tried to...read more
Recently, Austria’s Kalkalpen nationalpark released the first video of our production series on „wilderness in Austria“. This episode is about lynx research.
Dem Luchs auf der Spur from Leben am Limit on Vimeo.
Illegal lynx shootings in Austria have been all over the media in 2016. Recently, we’ve been waiting for the supreme court’s decision on whether or not compensation payments shall be made to the Kalkalpen national park, which is in charge of the Austrian lynx reintroduction project....read more
Grass flats play an important role in marine wildlife. Especially for young fish these parts of the ocean play a viral role. Protected from big predators and strong currents thousands of creatures inhabit these shallows. From young black tip sharks to nudibranches and from puffer fish...read more
A short article about our lynx photo-trap im age recently taken in Austria’s Kalkalpen nationalpark and the issues with poaching and Austria’s conservation status of big predators was published in Universum Mag / December issue!
I am pleased to announce that a selection of my bear images taken in the course of our project LEBEN AM LIMIT were awarded at the Nature images awards (by Terre Savage & the IUCN).
I won 2nd place in the Telephoto category and 3rd place in the Sopecies stories category! Absolutely cool...read more
We are really happy to announce that our lynx image was really successful in terms of media coverage recently. We were not aiming at promoting ourselves but much more getting everyone talking about lynx and the recent poaching activity we had in Austria! Thus, it turned out to be a huge...read more
Die Katze ist aus dem Sack 🙂
Uns ist vor kurzem das erste hochauflösende Weitwinkelfoto eines österreichischen Luchses gelungen. Yes!
Naturschutz-Foto auf der Titelseite!
Endlich ist es soweit, der Luchs in Österreich hat ein Gesicht bekommen. Wie? Mit dem ersten hochauflösenden...read more