Bees, badgers, bats or bitterns - they're all subjects for this month's Photo Competition.

We hope you've been inspired by the British Wildlife Photography Awards, and will want to enter this month's CJS Photography Competition with the suggested theme of British Wildlife.

This month (October) the prize is a robin nest box from Wildlife & Countryside Services
Wildlife & Countryside Services supply nest boxes, wildlife cameras, bat detectors, meadow turf and much more besides. Whatever you want on a wildlife theme, give Martin & Cheryl a call on 0333 9000 927 for great service with a smile.
Wildlife Services also take small groups of people to an amazingly biodiverse area of south-east Poland where you can watch beavers every day, wander the forest where wolves and lynx roam, and watch and photograph a myriad of amazing birds, insects and reptiles.
Sand lizards, purple emperors, fritillaries, red-backed shrikes, quail and corncrakes, among many others, are common here and there are lots of photographic opportunities.
Discover what beavers do to the landscape and how they benefit a multitude of other species and save £100 off your trip if you bring a friend - just quote “CJS100”.

Simply email your photo (jpegs please) to along with your name and any information you want to include about your photo: what it shows, where it was taken and a caption for a funny one would be welcome too. If you'd like us to tag you (or site / project) if we share your photo to social media please include the relevant handles and details.  You can enter as many photos as you like, but each image may only be entered once, it will be considered for the prize of the month and all entries are eligible for the overall end of year prizes.
Full rules are here - please read them before sending your photos, we'll assume you have.
More information about the competition: