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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition

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Categories:

  1. Native Wildlife – flora and fauna native or resident in the British Isles
  2. Cute and Funny – mother nature at her cutest or most amusing
  3. Marwell Wildlife residents
  4. Marwell Wildlife endangered – species at Marwell specifically classified by IUCN as endangered or critically endangered

Prizes:

  • Overall winner x 1
    • Overseas trip for one person with photography tuition supplied by Wildlife Worldwide and worth over £1,200 – more details coming soon!
    • Annual subscription to Practical Photography Magazine
    • Stunning photo book worth over £34
    • Signed copy of Heather Angel’s book – Exploring Natural China
    • Colour nest box & feeder cam system from Gardenature worth £129
  • Overall Junior winner x 1
    • One to one day session & overnight accommodation with Wild Arena out and about at a UK Safari Park and in the Wild Arena studio for two people worth £445!
    • Powertraveller powermonkey extreme plus aquastrap worth over £120
    • Annual subscription to Practical Photography Magazine
    • Stunning photo book worth over £34
    • Signed copy of Heather Angel’s book – Exploring Natural China
  • Category winners (4 x Adult, 4 x Junior)
    • Marwell Wildlife annual membership x 1 year
    • Hama traveller mini pro tripod worth £40
    • SanDisk memory card (16GB) worth £25
    • Camera Spirit Level worth over £14
  • All runners up (4 x Adult, 4 x Junior)
    • Family day pass to Marwell Wildlife
    • Prints on display at Marwell Wildlife from end 2013 
    • A3 print of your image
  • People’s Choice Winner x 1
    • 1 x Face to Face penguin encounter
    • Family day pass to Marwell Wildlife

Image requirements: .jpg format, no larger than 5MB and no smaller than 200KB; Minor manipulation of images using Photoshop or equivalent is permitted.

Online submission of digital photographs via the website.

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