Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards Ceremony
A night like no other
Join us for the biggest event in the wildlife photography calendar and find out who will be awarded the grand title of Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
Online event - no ticket required.
13 October 2020 20.00 - 21.30 BST
Join us in honouring this year's best nature photography at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards.
Hosted by BBC presenters and wildlife experts Chris Packham CBE and Megan McCubbin, this year's digital awards ceremony is an event like no other.
Broadcast live from the Museum's magnificent Hintze Hall, viewers will be treated to an evening of celebration as we explore the beauty of the natural world.
As well as hearing from the photographers themselves, viewers will find out who has been successful in this year's competition and who will be awarded the prestigious title of Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
The latest stories
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Is the USA on the cusp of banning tiger tourism?
Wildlife photojournalist Steve Winter explores the shocking world of tiger tourism in the USA.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: finding urban wildlife
Around the world sprawling towns and cities offer homes to millions of people, and while they may look like man-made spaces, there is nature in between the cracks.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: the return of the gharials
In a conservation success story, gharials are slowly coming back to the rivers of India and Nepal - but sand extraction practices threaten their long-term survival.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: the fight to save the Apuan Alps
As a pack of wolves treads its usual route across the Apuan Alps in Italy, Wildlife Photographer Lorenzo Shoubridge shines a light on the region's marble industry.
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