The entries surpassed expectation.
Garden birds, this January we want to see your photos of garden birds.
Grand title winner, michael Nick Nichols, USA, image details.For more information on how to join and get the magazine, click here.(For more information, see.National Wildlife magazine as a benefit of membership.Grand title winner, carlos Perez Naval, Spain, image details.Freshwater wildlife, this month we were looking for your best photos of freshwater animals and the winner was 'Royal Bath of Largest Land Animal' by Rejinn Xavierr, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team.This year we saw some fantastic entries, even better than last yer, if that's possible!Thank you again for your interest in our 47th annual photo contest.Coastal wildlife, this month we were looking for your photos of coastal wildlife and the winner was 'Crab and his Surf Board' by Alok Nandanwar, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team.After much deliberation, the judges reached a unanimous decision in awarding the 3,000 prize to our Overall Research Winner: the image of an Iranian cheetah.Among them were an Amur leopard discovered outside its known range in China, white-lipped peccaries displaying ingenious behaviour in Peru and a European lynx feeding on its prey in Switzerland.
About the BBC Wildlife Camera-trap Photo of the Year 2014.
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Urban wildlife, this December we want to see your photos of urban wildlife.View the, bBC Wildlife, camera-trap Photo of the Year 2014: Editors choice gallery.Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014.The winning photographs, selected from more than 25,000 images submitted to National Wildlife magazines 2017 photo contest, showcase what makes a photograph shine.And all of them help us see and feel that the natural world is worth our vigilant care.BBC Wildlife editor Matt Swaine.The judging process was tough, but we had an exceptional panel of judges, adds Matt.Others transformed a lucky moment into something unforgettable.The winning images reveal the abundance, beauty, resilience and vulnerability of life on Earth.
In five years it has grown into the worlds most prestigious recognition of the role that new technology plays in our understanding of the natural world.
After talking to researchers and photographers, we decided to overhaul the competition, says.