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Markus Varesvuo

芬蘭
自然生態 單幅 第二名

在挪威東北部的城鎮瓦爾德,一群崖海鴉(海鳩的一種)從天空中飛過。海鳩是海雀種中體積最大的,也是北半球溫帶和極地區域最常見的海鳥之一。這種鳥類具群居性,繁殖時期會有上萬隻聚集在一起。


Markus Varesvuo

Finland
2nd Prize Nature Singles

Common guillemots (Uria aalge) fly over Vardø, in northeastern Norway. The largest of the auk species, guillemots are one of the most abundant seabirds in temperate and colder parts of the northern hemisphere. The bird is gregarious, and breeds in colonies that can number into the tens of thousands.

Steve Winter

美國,國家地理雜誌
自然生態 系列報導 第一名

數量曾經一度減少的美洲獅,雖然行蹤依舊莫測,但最近四十年來在美國西部又開始緩慢增加。美洲獅在加州和佛羅里達州都受到保護,但在其他的十三州被視為難得的獵物。因此復育的成敗部分取決於民眾對牠們的包容度,以及如何在人口密集的地區減少牠們和人類的接觸機會。

一頭美洲獅準備接受安裝衛星項圈,之後便能監測牠在加州聖塔莫尼卡國家森林遊樂區的活動。
一頭美洲獅穿越兩條交通繁忙的高速公路後,走在洛杉磯葛里菲斯公園的小徑上。


Steve Winter

USA, for National Geographic
1st Prize Nature Stories

Cougars, once in decline, have for the past 40 years been making a comeback across the western United States—though they remain extremely elusive. The cats are protected in California and Florida, but prized game in 13 other states. The success of the recovery in cougar numbers depends in part on where the public will tolerate them, and on strategies for dealing with the difficulties of interaction between humans and cougars in populated regions.

A cougar is fitted with a GPS collar to monitor its movement through California's Santa Monica National Recreation Area.
A cougar walks a trail in Los Angeles's Griffith Park, having just crossed two busy highways.