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The Ranger is reporting the winners from the BWPA ceremony at Hoopers Gallery, London. There are some remarkable pictures here, really wonderful stuff. But of course there can only be so many awards given, and one overall winner. We’ve got access to those top images courtesy of BWPA. So read on to enjoy the cream of British wildlife photography right here on Naturenet.
CATEGORY WINNERS Category: Animal Portraits
Category: Urban Wildlife
Category: Hidden Britain Also overall winner
Category: Coast and Marine
Category: Wildlife Behaviour
Category: Wildlife in my Locality
The exhibition of around 80 images, including all winning and commended entries launches at Hooper’s Gallery, Clerkenwell, London on Thursday 24 September and is open until Friday 16 October. A year-long nationwide tour of the exhibition will follow throughout England, Scotland and Wales. The British Wildlife Photography Awards are being supported by Natural England, WWF-UK, The Wildlife Trusts, The National Trust, The National Trust for Scotland and Outdoor Photography Magazine. Dr Helen Phillips, Natural England’s Chief Executive, said:
Natural England is delighted to be involved in this year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards, which have so successfully engaged people of all ages with the wonders of our natural environment. I’d like to congratulate all of the entrants for the exceptionally high quality of their images ” they are spectacular, and together they provide a stunning visual testimony to the importance of protecting and enhancing our amazing wildlife.
Dates for the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2010 competition (opening in March 2010) will be announced on the BWPA web site later this autumn. You can sign up to the BWPA mailing list to be kept informed.