2007: The Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species
This award commemorates the late Gerald Durrell's work with endangered species and his long-standing involvement with the competition. The award is given to the most memorable image and that which captures the unique character or spirit of the subject. The species featured must be officially listed in the 2011 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species as critically endangered or endangered, vulnerable or near threatened at an international or national level.
Highly Commended Last of the albatrosses Andy RouseView
Winner The trophy hunter Roy ToftView
Highly Commended Rajan snorkelling Jeff YonoverView
Highly Commended Passing fin Wade HughesView
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