The British Wildlife Photography Awards for this year have now closed.

Good luck to everyone who entered especially to all who entered pictures of pretty plants in 'our' Botanic Britain category.  If you missed the deadline, hold onto those photographs, next year's competition isn't far away!  We look forward to being amazed (again) by your artistry when the winners are announced in September, you can see our coverage of last year's winners here or view the competition website complete with all the images here:

2018 Coast and Marine winner:  
Storm Gull (Lesser black-backed gull), New Haven, East Sussex, by Craig Denford

Exhibition on tour
In the mean time if you would like to get up close and personal with the winning images and your site has a suitable location (big easily accessible room, visitor centre, exhibition space that sort of thing) you could host the traveling the exhibition.

In September 2019 the British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA)  will celebrate its 10th anniversary. Resulting from an annual competition this highly acclaimed and exceptional wildlife photography exhibition captivates visitors with the outstanding and beautiful imagery. With categories covering everything from marine life and animal behaviour to Botanical Britain and urban wildlife; the show reveals the unseen splendour and surprising diversity of Britain’s wildlife, tinged with some humour and much affection. If any venues are interested in hosting the exhibition please contact Adam Sanders at for an information pack and further details.