British Wildlife Photography Awards results and book
The winner of the British Wildlife Photography Awards has today been announced alongside the publishing of the third collection book of the awards
The overall winner was Matt Doggett with his photo of Gannet Jacuzzi. There were also winners in each of the 10 categories, including two junior categories. See below for their winning photos.
The announcement coincides with the publishing of the third book, to celebrate the awards; The British Wildlife Photography Awards: Collection 3 showcases the best entries from the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012. The book is a celebration of British wildlife as captured on camera by today’s best amateur and professional photographers. With ten separate categories covering everything from marine life and animal behaviour to creepy crawlies and urban wildlife, the book reveals the unseen and surprising diversity of Britain’s wildlife. There are also two special junior categories to encourage young people to connect to nature through photography.
Unlike other wildlife competitions the Awards are uniquely British, with all of the images in the book taken of British animals in their natural habitats. The book is published by AA and costs £25.
Overall winner, Dr Matt Doggett
Habitat category winner, Alexander Mustard
Under 12 category winner, William Briggs (8)
Urban wildlife category winner, Phil Jones
Wild woods category winner, Jeremy Walker
Portrait category winner, Neil McIntyre
Living landscape category winner, Stephen William Powles
Wildlife in my backyard category winner, David Thomas Handley
Animal behaviour category winner, Amanda Hayes
Hidden Britain category winner, Dale Sutton
British Seasons category winner, Jules Cox
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