The Museum’s 2013 week-to-view diary features striking photographs of the natural world from past years of the world-famous Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
The Museum's 2013 diary is the perfect gifts for wildlife enthusiasts. Each week has a specially selected photograph from a past year of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition accompanied by a caption explaining where and how it was taken.
There is a ribbon marker for easy reference and there are details of national and religious holidays.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is the international showcase for the very best photography featuring natural subjects.
The Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is the international showcase for the very best photography featuring natural subjects.
Each year thousands of entries are received and judged by a specially selected panel of experts. Being accepted into the competition is something that wildlife photographers, worldwide, aspire to.
The annual exhibition of these award-winning images is a highlight of the arts calendar, and inspires visitors to see the environment with new eyes.
Now in its 48th year, the most innovative and imaginative photographic images are judged and selected by a panel of experts. The chosen images form an exhibition at the Natural History Museum that tours the UK and worldwide throughout the year.
The competition is owned by two UK institutions that pride themselves on revealing and championing the diversity of life on Earth: the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine.