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British Wildlife Photography Awards

British Wildlife Photography Awards
United Kingdom

Director: Maggie Gowan

Email: mail@maggiegowan.co.uk


Website: www.bwpawards.org

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The British Wildlife Photography Awards were established to recognise the talents of wildlife photographers of all nationalities practising in Britain, whilst at the same time highlighting the great wealth and diversity of Britain's natural history. The driving motivation to set up the Awards evolved through the nation's growing awareness of the local environment and the need for its protection.

Now in its sixth year, this highly acclaimed and unique wildlife photography competition has captivated the nation with outstanding and beautiful imagery. It is a celebration of British wildlife as well as a showcase for nature photographers, both amateur and professional.

With twelve separate categories the subject matter covers everything from marine life and animal behaviour to creepy crawlies and urban wildlife.

Wildlife in HD is a special Award for HD Video and will be awarded to the most inspirational and dynamic film, which clearly illustrates the unique power of moving images as a medium for capturing British Wildlife.

The 2013 winners were announced in September 2013. 2012 HD Video winners
2013 HD Video winners – See the Feature Pages: BWPA 2013 Winners Announced! & Highly Commended Films at the BWPAwards!
The 2014 winners were announced on September 1st: BWPA 2014 Winners Announced

See: British Wildlife Photography Awards 2015 - Call for Entries

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Tide from BWPAwards.
2014 Winner: 'Tide' by Rebecca Payne


BWPA Highlights 2014 from BWPAwards.


2012 winner, Wildlife in HD Video from BWPAwards
Winner: Raymond Besant, Hoy Fulmars

Henry and the Waxwings from BWPAwards
2013 winner by Liz Musser

British Wildlife Photography Awards



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