2007: Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species
Named after the visionary naturalist and conservationist, this award seeks to raise awareness to those species in danger of extinction. Any species featured must be listed at an international or national level as critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable, or near threatened in the 2012 IUCN Red List.
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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