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Wildscreen Arkive ADMIN July 1, 2014
The Wildscreen Exchange group is now open for submissions!

We are looking for images of as many species and habitats as possible, as well as images connected to conservation issues or action and images of people of all ages interacting with nature.

Group Description

This group has been started to enable you to submit your images to

Arkive is leading the ‘virtual’ conservation effort, gathering together films and photographs of the world’s threatened animals, plants and fungi into one centralised digital library to create a unique audio-visual record of life on Earth.

Arkive is making this resource accessible to all, from scientists and conservationists, to the general public and school children, as a valuable educational resource and conservation tool, via its award-winning website –

It is Arkive’s immediate aim to compile audio-visual profiles for the world’s threatened species. In order for us to achieve this, we need help from as wide a variety of donors as possible and we would like to be able to add Flickr users to our growing list of contributors.

Thank you for your contributions to the Arkive Flickr group.

"A vast treasury of wildlife images has been steadily accumulating over the past century, yet no one has known its full extent - or indeed its gaps - and no one has had a comprehensive way of gaining access to it. Arkive will put that right, and it will be an invaluable tool for all concerned with the well-being of the natural world."

Sir David Attenborough
Wildscreen Patron

Arkive is a Wildscreen initiative

Wildscreen is a not-for-profit charity working to promote public appreciation of the world’s biodiversity and the need for its conservation, using the power of wildlife imagery. Wildscreen is uniquely positioned at the heart of the international wildlife and environmental media industry, and for over 25 years has been celebrating, applauding, gathering, protecting and sharing images of species and wild places to achieve its mission.

How can I get my images in Arkive (

Read our pdf guide:

Group Rules

By submitting to the ARKive Flickr group you grant permission for your images to be used by ARKive, including:

- the display of thumbnail images from the ARKive Flickr group on the ARKive website from relevant species pages under the title 'Your photos'.

- the storage of copies of the selected images in the ARKive digital media vault

- making low resolution copies of the selected images available via the ARKive website and other ARKive platforms for educational, scientific and conservation purposes

- use of the selected images in Wildscreen's & ARKive's non-commercial promotional materials and online activities, in order to promote the charitable and educational objectives of Wildscreen & ARKive.

For your information:

The ARKive website also acts as a showcase for image providers, with credit, copyright and contact details displayed on screen if desired, along with links to the providers’ own web activities.

Thumbnail images from the ARKive Flickr group will link back to the photographers own Flickr account.

Images held in the ARKive digital media vault will under no circumstance be released to third parties for their use. All requests for images on the ARKive website will be redirected to the relevant copyright holder. However, visitors to the ARKive website will not be redirected when viewing or downloading low resolution copies of the images when this is in accordance with ARKive’s on-line standard ‘terms of use’ for non-commercial, educational or scientific purposes. For further information, please see

To prevent commercial use, all images shown on the website will be at a low resolution and visibly watermarked with the ARKive logo.

Additional Info

  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe, Moderate
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