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Experience 10 Years of the British Wildlife Photo Awards

 When we talk of the great wild wonders of the world, we instantly think of places like Africa, India, Australia, or even Antarctica. However, we rarely talk about the United Kingdom’s wildlife. The truth is that Britain is teeming with some wonderful flora and fauna that doesn’t get as much recognition as it should. This is why the British Wildlife Photography Awards are so important.
The organization has been a great platform to showcase Britain’s breathtaking wild beauties while also allowing some talented photographers to shine. For the last 10 years, the British Wildlife Photography Awards have been highlighting the UK's wildlife with great success. To celebrate this achievement, the competition has put together a glorious look back at some of their best works. In this exhibition, all the overall winners along with a selection of images, including category winners and highly commended images, will be shown together.
Here, we have selected some of the most stunning photographs from the competition’s traveling retrospective exhibition that will show you the best of Britain’s wildlife. Take a look. 

1. “Fox Glance (Red Fox, Vulpes vulpes)” by Samuel Morries. Animal Portraits, Highly Commended (2013).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Red Fox

2. “Great Crested Grebe Courtship (Podiceps cristatus)” by Andy Rouse. Animal Behaviour, Highly Commended.

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Great Crested Grebe Courtship

3. “Ta-Da! (Grey seal, Halichoerus grypus)” by Kirsty Andrews. Coast and Marine Highly, Commended (2018).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Grey seal

4. “Shy Puffin (Fratercula arctica)” by Csaba Tokolyi. Animal Portraits, Highly Commended (2018).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Puffin

5. “Balancing Act (Little owl, Athene noctua)” by Ian Watson. Animal Portraits, Highly Commended (2017).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Little owl

6. "Mystical Mist (Fallow Deer, Dama dama)” by Mark Smith. Animal Portraits Winner (2011).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Fallow Deer,

7. “Mute Swan Cygnet in Canal (Cygnus olor)” by Mark Sisson. Animal Portraits (2011).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Mute Swan Cygnet in Canal

8. “Humble Bumble (Garden Bumblebee, Bombus hortorum)” by Keith Trueman. Hidden Britain Highly Commended (2017).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Garden Bumblebee

9. “Predator and Prey (Sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus, Coal tit Parus ater)” by Michael Durham. Animal Behaviour Highly Commended (2016). 

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Sparrowhawk

10. “Waiting for the Next Meal (Cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo)” by Max More. Animal Portraits, Highly Commended (2015).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Cormorant

11. “Autumn Jewels (Mixed Woodland)” by Peter Cairns. Wild Woods Winner (2014).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Autumn

12. “Grey Heron Walking on Water (Ardea cinerea)” by Andrew Parkinson. Animal Behaviour Winner (2011).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Grey Heron

13. “Beneath the Kelp Forest (European lobster, Homarus gammarus)” by Alex Mustard. Coast and Marine Highly Commended (2017). 

British Wildlife Photo Awards, European lobster

14. “Cuttlefish Eye (European common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis)” by Michael Gallagher. Close to Nature Winner (2013).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Cuttlefish Eye

15. “Portuguese Man o’ War (Physalia physalis)” by Charles Hood. Coast and Marine Highly Commended (2010).

British Wildlife Photo Awards, Marine
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