Now in its 50th year, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is the longest-running and most prestigious of its kind in the world. It is attracts tens of thousands of entries from almost 100 countries, highlighting its global profile.
The competition is co-owned by two world-renowned and trusted British institutions, the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife.
The award-winning images, selected by the competition’s international jury of photography experts, are unveiled at a glittering awards ceremony held at the Natural History Museum.
The awards night is held in the Museum’s iconic Central Hall and is regarded as the Oscars of the wildlife photography calendar where Trustees, industry partners and the great and the good of the environment and conservation spheres come together to acknowledge and celebrate the accomplishments of the photographers.
Winning images are showcased in an acclaimed exhibition at the Natural History Museum before being toured to venues around the world. Through the exhibition and tour, along with an extensive range of quality merchandise, the images, supported by the photographers’ stories, reach an audience of millions.
The exhibition is supported by a high-profile London focused marketing campaign.
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