'Wildlife' is a term that refers to animals that are not normally domesticated. They are a living resource that will die and be replaced by others of their kind. Wildlife plays an important role in balancing the environment and provides stability to different natural processes of nature. It can be found in all ecosystems, desert, rainforests, plains and other areas. India's wildlife is both rich and varied, it includes all flora and fauna, animals, plants and macro organisms.Wildlife is important for its beauty, economic, scientific and survival value. It helps to maintain the ecological balance of nature and maintains the food chain. It provides useful substances and wild animal products like ivory, leather, honey, tusk etc. Besides being a country's cultural asset it also provides aesthetic value to man. We largely depend on wildlife for every elementary requirement in our life eg. the clothes we wear and the medicines we consume.Wildlife conservation encompasses all human activities and efforts directed to preserve wild animal from extinction it involves both protection and scientific management of wild species. Wildlife and nature have largely being associated which humans for numerous emotional and social reasons. Wildlife plays an essential role in the ecological and biological processes that are yet again significant to life. The normal functioning of the biosphere depends on endless interaction among animals, plants and micro organisms. Wildlife has occupied a special place of veneration and preservation in various cultures of the world.

As this stunning image shows, composition is just as important for creating wildlife pictures as it is for other subjects, but it might not be your first thought when you only have a few seconds to grab a shot of an elusive subject.

In the excitement of the moment, it’s easy to forget the photo composition basics and place the subject in the middle of the frame.

By taking a moment to consider your composition, it’s possible to add variety and interest to your wildlife pictures.

And it doesn’t even matter if you don’t own a super-telephoto lens, as there are plenty of alternatives to frame-filling portraits, as this selection of hares by nature pro Mark Hamblin shows.