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.
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.