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New category in Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2005

12 December 2004

Ibex © Luca Fantoni and Danilo Porta (Italy)

Nature in black and white is the new category in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2005. Whether you are an amateur photographer or professional, any age or nationality, you can take part in this year's competition.

Organised by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2005 has a new category, Nature in black and white. The subject can be any wild landscape, animal, plant or other living organism and must be taken on black and white film.

So, if you have an imaginative eye, a love for the natural world and a camera, enter the most prestigious wildlife photographic competition in the world. Entries need to be sent in by 4 April 2005 to have a chance to win a share of the £16,500 prize pool.

Entry forms are available from the February issue of BBC Wildlife Magazine, from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition office (+44 (0)20 7942 5015) and on the competition's website: www.nhm.ac.uk/wildphoto.