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Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the longest-running and most prestigious nature photography competition. Run by .
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Happy ! With tonight’s , we're sharing this great grey owl, poised to attack its prey, photographed by Jonas Classon. Discover more of ’s winning images:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 30
There are 3 new categories to enter in including Oceans – The Bigger Picture. It's hoped that they'll create a call for action and shine a light on some of the world's most vital ecosystems. Enter the competition © Fabien Michenet
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 30
A pig‑tailed macaque chained to a cage in Bali’s bird market, Indonesia. This year’s Photojournalist Story award is a haunting, important record of animal exploitation by :
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 30
Hi , yes, we have prints available of this and other photos from Wildlife Photographer of the Year:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 29
'These ecosystems are in need of a critical call for action for their protection' - Gemma Ward, Competition Manager Find out about the new categories in the competition that’s now open for entries:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 29
Replying to @greyauk
Hi , this photo of the travelling circus in Russia was taken in the city of Kazan, Tatarstan.
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In this special for , we take a look at this perfectly timed portrait of two mice fighting over food scraps on a London Underground station platform, which won last year's Award
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 28
We’re looking for entries which show the world’s richest habitats, fascinating animal behaviours and extraordinary species. Find out more about submitting your images for here: © Wayne Jones
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 28
A shocking sight, a muzzled polar bear being directed by a trainer framed within a safety net. This is the photo that won ’s Wildlife Photojournalism category from . Discover more vital photojournalism:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 28
Replying to @ethanbaron
Hi , yes, that's correct. You can find out more about the competition's rules, here:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 27
Do you have any hidden gems in your portfolio which tell a fascinating story? is open for entries! Submit your photos today: © Qing Lin
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 27
Our Rising Star Portfolio Award recognises a body of work showing a breadth of skill and vision while illustrating consistent quality. Discover ’s winning portfolio by Italy's Alberto Fantoni:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 26
If you have an image which highlights the world’s vast array of wildlife, we’d love to see it. Our annual competition is now open for entries. Submit your photos to : © Michael AW
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 26
Drama on a different scale! Take a look at ’s Wildlife Photographer Portfolio Award winner, an impressive collection revealing the world of ants by Ripan Biswas from India:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 26
If you're in Birmingham, book your tickets to visit our exhibition at
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 26
Replying to @tomshax
The young competition is free to enter for all young photographers. Many do take their photos on trips with family, whether in a back garden or on holiday, while they're not in school. For example, Vidyun Hebbar watched the spider for a month near his home in Bangalore.
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 25
Winner of 11-14 Years Old, Sam Sloss, captured this after noticing the hectic and repetitive swimming patterns of a group of clownfish. When he got home he realised he had snapped three lifeforms in a single frame. Immerse yourselves our online gallery:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 25
Could you be our next Wildlife Photographer of the Year? Calling photographers of all ages and abilities, is now open for entries: ©
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 24
Replying to @Pequot26
You can find this and other WPY56 images in our online shop :)
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Oct 24
Sometimes the best opportunities present themselves when you least expect it. If you would like to submit your own superb wildlife photo, enter now: © Karen Schuenemann
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