British Wildlife Photography Awards

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British Wildlife Photography Awards
Awarded for Wildlife photography
Country United Kingdom
Reward(s) £5000
First awarded 2009
Currently held by Matt Doggett
Website http://bwpawards.org

The British Wildlife Photography Awards is an annual photographic competition. The competition features images of wild species and habitats taken in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands,[1] the competition is followed by a national tour, displaying winning and commended photographs in regional galleries and venues. Since 2010 a book of winning entries has been published annually by AA Publishing.[2]

Winners[edit]

  • The inaugural competition was held in 2009, and was won by Ross Hoddinott[3]
  • The 2010 winner was Steve Young
  • The 2011 winner was Richard Shucksmith
  • The 2012 winner was Matt Doggett[4]

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