Photographing wildlife in their natural habitat provides one the chance of experiencing the sheer thrill and rare excitement of their fascinating and complicated world. This envious field of photography is not just about clicking photographs but enjoying the wildlife and gaining thorough knowledge about their surroundings. Whether it is a roaring lion, yawning tiger, an alert leopard, a jolly elephant, or huge flying pelicans, capturing wildlife on the wide lens is a treasured experience in itself, offering umpteen rare moments to cherish for lifetime. As a profession, wildlife photography requires immense passion for wildlife, nature, and conservation, along with in-depth knowledge of the subjects. To become a wildlife photographer, one should possess sound technical skills, such as being able to expose correctly, good field craft skills and stalking skills, sharp eyesight, true-color vision, stamina, coordination, efficiency, willingness to work outdoors in all weather conditions. He/She must also have lots of patience to wait for the picture perfect moment and strong interpersonal communicating skills to deal with the wildlife park authorities in order to seek permits and visit the restricted areas.