Some winning nature photos from the British Wildlife Photography Awards

Every year the British Wildlife Photography Awards are determined by a panel of professional photography experts who select winning photos in ten categories based on technical skill, diversity, originality and creativity of composition. This competition also has presented 2 awards to young photographers. In addition this year they added an award for the best wildlife video.

Created in 2009, these awards recognize talented amateur and professional photographers. They also serve to highlight the beauty and diversity of British wildlife. The competition is open to all nationalities. There is one catch though - the subject matter must be from the United Kingdom which includes Great Britain, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands.

This year photos from the British Wildlife Photography Awards and other award-winning photographs will be featured during the first WildlifeXpo, which is an art exhibition that will take place between October 14 and 28 at London's Alexandra Palace. Be sure to stop by if you are in the area.

Photograph courtesy Oliver Wilks, BWPA

Photograph courtesy Andrew Parkinson, BWPA

Photograph courtesy Ross Hoddinott, BWPA

Photograph courtesy Mark Smith, BWPA

Photograph courtesy Alexander Mustard, BWPA

Source: National Geographic


Responses to "Best Wildlife Pictures: British Nature Awards 2011"

  1. Spring Sparrow says:

    Beautiful...thank you!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful pictures of Wildlife in their natural habitat AND THATS HOW it should be - STOP THE HUNTERS HUNTING THE INNOCENT

  3. Anonymous says:

    bellisimo !

  4. Hello Dude,

    British wildlife photography are delighted that the the touring exhibition of around 70 images will launch this year at the very first WildlifeXpo. This year's winners and commended entries will be at WildlifeXpo from 14th October. Thanks for sharing it.......

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