We should admit that all of us are not meant for wildlife photography. But, we can never argue that others cannot enjoy our photos since our clicks are not that perfect. Sometimes, they are the pics that make people enjoy themselves.

The Crap Wildlife Photography is a Facebook group in which all the amateur wildlife photographers from all over the world publish the funniest wildlife pictures. There are a total of 40K members in this specific group and this group is never out of laughter. Therefore we thought of featuring some of the old funny pictures in this group, and now we returned with a fresh gallery of images-try checking it out!

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#1 Upside down!…Who needs to get this one printed on a canvas this way?

Image source: Ellen Hickey

#2 A cross stitch of a couple of Goldfinches? No, not at all. This is a picture that I shot recently through a window.

Image source: Ana Maria Vasconez

#3 Who are you?!

Image source: Jonica Palmer

#4 Dear all, we are gathered here tonight…

Image source: Emma Atticus Harper

#5 If year 2020 was an Eagle.

Image source: David Chang

#6 Aggressive geese. Keep walking.

Image source: Ki Choi

#7 We knew that Raccoons were there in trees but we didn’t know what they were doing until these pictures came out…

Image source: Lindsay Sletten

#8 I posted this image on a bird watching group considering it as a cracking photo. Perhaps, crapper than I thought.

Image source: Rachel Balding

#9 Saw this innocent guy while delivering parcels down on the beachfront community.

Image source: Freya Hogan

#10 I spent more than 25 minutes crawling on my stomach through the icy muds on a winter morning and this is how it looked at me and gave the loudest burp that I’ve ever heard when I stood up to take its shot.

Image source: Sebastian Stern

#11 I’m a newcomer, does this count?

Image source: Facebook (Group)

#12 Oops!

Image source: Beth Perry

#13 No outside light was switched on when I returned home. I cursed my husband for leaving the water pipe dropped in front of the front door. But, my husband vehemently disagreed saying that there was no pipe out there. So, I turned on the light to show him the pipe and here it is.

Image source: Cindy Lane

#14 What a scary Egret from Egypt.

Image source: Doaa Belal Abdelhamed

#15 Identified me as a Pelican.

Image source: Emma McAleese

#16 Bailey, my friend’s cat escaped his home. I wanted to set up a trail cam and I saw him hanging out with the big boys in the area.

Image source: Joie Mattioli

#17 I was taking the photos of a penguin and suddenly waddled over the photographing lens to stand less and I could only get in the foot of the penguin.

Image source: Steve Ransome

#18 The Majestic Blacktail Deer. Playing catch with them will be full of fun. You needn’t worry about this as the bucks lose and regrow their antlers each year. However, it will need to remain as a dork for another two months.

Image source: Taylor Borth

#19 Two years ago, when I was checking wood duck boxes for my work, this little guy and its family jumped out of those boxes. I freaked out as I didn’t want it to crawl inside my pants. It’s my coworker who took this picture.

Image source: Shasta Slade

#20 We broadcast the Possum signal only in need of garbage emergencies.

Image source: Amy Fisher Rosaaen-McDonald

#21 This is the picture that my teenage son took when he was at the coast.

Image source: Rachel Heffington Pross

#22 Don’t worry since it’s only a couple of vultures in the hospital courtyard.

Image source: Hami Sayyadioskoie

#23 The bird was parked on the hood of my car from Vancouver. Scary!

Image source: AP Hovasse

#24 Yes, of course the Majestic Red-Tailed hawk is fine.

Image source: Michelle Bartelheimer

#25 I heard a knock at the door recently. I opened the door expecting the friendly raccoon to be in front of it. I got my phone ready to take a picture of it. But, alas this is what I saw when I opened the door.

Image source: Lulis Leal

#26 Wow, what a great food combination! An alligator and a turtle eating spaghetti together. Mont Belvieu Texas.

Image source: Amber Rose

#27 For me, this is the most majestic sea anemone on the beach though it’s quite unpleasant.

Image source: Steph Renaud

#28 This is my favourite funny wildlife photo. What a projection!

Image source: Autumn Schrock

#29 What a strange bird on my deck this morning!

Image source: Ann Marie Jacobson

#30 Nude squirrel of the Northern Bruce Peninsula. The skin of this guy is free of sores associated with mange. But, the only thing is, it is genetically hairless.

Image source: Katrina Page