WILD AWARDS

THIS YEAR WE ARE SET­TING UP THE FOL­LOW­ING AWARDS…

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BEST YOUNG BLOG­GER

This cat­e­gory is open to any­one aged 16 or un­der who has ex­plored and re­ported on their wildlife ex­pe­ri­ences over the year.

BEST DIG­I­TAL RE­PORTER

Open to any­one us­ing video, cam­era-traps, nest­cams and other dig­i­tal-record­ing tech­nol­ogy to record their lo­cal wildlife.

BEST NAT­U­RAL­IST BLOG

For a mix­ture of ex­per­tise and shar­ing the ex­cite­ment of dis­cov­ery.

BEST NA­TURE WRITER

Evoca­tive, in­spi­ra­tional writ­ing and the abil­ity to com­mu­ni­cate a deep con­nec­tion to your lo­cal wildlife are es­sen­tial for this award.

BEST SCHOOL DIG­I­TAL WILDLIFE PROJECT

Open to any school wildlife project, it can take the form of a sin­gle piece of dig­i­tal re­port­ing such as a three-minute video or pre­sen­ta­tion. More de­tails next month – get in touch if you would like to be in­volved.

BEST IN­TER­NA­TIONAL BLOG­GER

Open to any­one out­side the UK re­port­ing on wildlife in their coun­try. Cat­e­gories may change over the course of the year – we re­serve the right to drop or in­tro­duce cat­e­gories in re­sponse to the blogs that ap­pear.

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