Natural History Museum’s 52-nd Wildlife Photographer Of The Year competition has been announced and scheduled for 4. January – 25. February 2016.
The Competition is dedicated to outstanding images that raise awareness of nature’s beauty and fragility, while also championing the highest ethical standards in wildlife photography. It is divided into two main competition categories: Adult and Young.
The Best Single Image by the Wildlife Photographer of the Year will be awarded with £10,000, trophy and personalized certificate. Many other awards will be announced as well.
Winning images appear on the official website, in BBC Wildlife Magazine and in international publications, thus seen by millions of people.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition dates back to 1965. Each year, thousands of entries are received from almost 100 countries around the globe. There is a major exhibition at the Natural History Museum that tours worldwide throughout the year.
Entry fees:- Entry in the Young competition is free! The cost for the Adult competition is £30 per entrant for a total of twenty (20) entries.
Awards:- £10,000, trophy and personalized certificate.