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BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year

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The awards dinner; Sir Neil Chalmers opened the exhibition of winning entries; TV presenter Carol Vorderman was among the guests at the launch; winners with their trophies.
27 October 2001 – 11 March 2002

The prestigious BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition 2001 attracted more than 19,000 entries from photographers in over 60 countries. Organized by The Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine, the competition is now in its eighteenth year, and has been sponsored for the past 12 years by BG Group. The exhibition of winning pictures in the Jerwood Gallery was as popular as ever, in spite of the introduction of entry charges for special exhibitions.

The website once again received over one million page views a month and proved to be one of the Museum's most popular web destinations.
www.nhm.ac.uk/wildphoto

BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Tobias Bernhard, `Grey reef shark'

BG Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Rony Vander Elst, `Fly on boletus fungus'

Eric Hosking Award
Vincent Munier

Gerald Durrell Award
Xi Zhinong, `Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys'
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