People Are Sharing Their Worst Wildlife Photos To This Facebook Group

Worst Wildlife Photos

Published on February 5th, 2021

Wildlife photos need not to be perfect. The Crap Wildlife Photography Facebook group is a place for amateur wildlife photographers to share their photos. We have picked the 20 ‘worst wildlife photos’ of 2020 from this group.

1. What’s Your Problem?!

Image source: Jonica Palmer

2. Aggressive Geese

Image source: Ki Choi

3. If 2020 Was An Eagle

Image source: David Chang

4. Bottoms Up!…might Get This One Printed On A Canvas

Image source: Ellen Hickey

5. I Knew There Were Raccoons In The Tree But I Couldn’t See What They Were Doing Until The Flash Came On/Pictures Came Out.

Image source: Lindsay Sletten

6. Oink

Image source: Beth Perry

7. Was Supposed To Be A Pelican

Image source: Emma McAleese

8. Scary Little Egret From Egypt

Image source: Doaa Belal Abdelhamed

9. We Broadcast The Possum Signal Only In The Most Dire Of Garbage Emergencies

Image source: Amy Fisher Rosaaen-McDonald

10. Spotted This Guy While Delivering Parcels Down On The Beachfront Community.

Image source: Freya Hogan

11. Behold The Majestic Red-Tailed Hawk Update: Hawk Is Fine

Image source: Michelle Bartelheimer

12. From Vancouver, The Bird Was Parked On The Hood Of My Car, Shot At F16, Giving Lots Of Depth Of Field. Scary!

Image source: AP Hovasse

13. Behold My Favorite *crap* Wildlife Photo Thus Far

Image source: Autumn Schrock

14. My Teenaged Son Went To The Coast. I Asked To See The Pictures He Took, And This Was Literally It

Image source: Rachel Heffington Pross

15. Just An Alligator And Turtle Eating Spaghetti Together. Yes They Had A Lady And The Tramp Moment. Mont Belvieu Texas

Image source: Amber Rose

16. Found The Most Majestic Anemone On The Beach The Other Night. It Reminds Me Of Something, But I Can’t Quite Put My Finger On It…

Image source: Steph Renaud

17. Just A Couple Of Vultures In The Hospital Courtyard. Nothing To Worry About

Image source: Hami Sayyadioskoie

18. From A Couple Years Ago While Checking Wood Duck Boxes For Work. This Lil Thing And It’s Friends Jumped Out (They Nest In The Boxes For The Winter). I Proceeded To Freak Out Because I Didnt Want It Crawling Up Inside My Pants. My Coworker Found It And Took A Picture For Posterior Posterity

Image source: Shasta Slade

19. I Was Photographing A Penguin, Put The Telephoto Lens On And It Waddled Over To Stand Less Than A Meter Away So All I Could Get In The Frame Was Its Foot.

Image source: Steve Ransome

20. What An Unusual Bird On My Deck This Morning!

Image source: Ann Marie Jacobson