COULD YOU BE THE NEXT WILDLIFE PHO­TOG­RA­PHER OF THE YEAR?

The Wildlife Pho­tog­ra­pher of the Year com­pe­ti­tion is open for en­tries from pro­fes­sional, am­a­teur and young pho­tog­ra­phers un­til 26 Fe­bru­ary 2015.

BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Competitio­n -

The 51st Wildlife Pho­tog­ra­pher of the Year com­pe­ti­tion fea­tures 21 cat­e­gories that will ex­plore the di­ver­sity of the world’s flora and fauna, as well as the ur­ban and wild en­vi­ron­ments that both frame the species and play host to dra­matic nat­u­ral events. Es­tab­lished cat­e­gories that cover mam­mals, birds, in­ver­te­brates and marine wildlife, as well as an­i­mal be­hav­iour and con­ser­va­tion, sit along­side new awards such as TIME­lapse and WILD-I – a cat­e­gory for young nat­u­ral­ists tak­ing images with smart­phone cam­eras. The com­pe­ti­tion is open now – en­ter on­line.

For full in­for­ma­tion, in­clud­ing the rules and cat­e­gories, visit www.wildlifeph­o­tog­ra­pherofthey­ear.com to­day.

Alex Badyaev won the Mam­mals cat­e­gory of the 2014 com­pe­ti­tion with this im­age named The Mouse, the Moon and the Mos­quito.

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