- These photos just won the Bird Photographer of the Year Awards 2017
- Bird Photographer of the Year 2017 winners announced
- The 2019 winner has been announced
These photos just won the Bird Photographer of the Year Awards 2017
Winning and shortlisted images from this year's competition, from awe-inspiring action shots to charming portraits, featured in a new book.2017 streaming 2017 valori di ossigeno nel sangue
The winner of the Young Bird Photographer of the Year competition was also announced. The award ceremony will take place at Birdfair at Rutland Water on Saturday 19 August, where Chris Packham will hand out the well-deserved prizes in the main events marquee at 4. The competition will then open for entries at midnight on this date. There are seven categories to enter; find out more and upload your photos at the competition website. A competition book, published by William Collins, is also available.
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Bird Photographer of the Year is a competition that celebrates the artistry of bird photography, promotes photographers, and supports conservation. Our sponsors Swarovski Optik, Wildlife Worldwide, Alamy and Country Innovation are providing other prizes of equipment, holiday vouchers, professional advice and clothing. Please see our prizes page for more details. See the Judging Panel page for full details. Pedro follows in the footsteps of previous winners Alejandro Prieto Rojas and Andy Parkinson Each year the Bird Photographer of the Year book is released to celebrate the competition. The book has over pages featuring more than images from all around the globe.
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Bird Photographer of the Year 2017 winners announced
10+ Best Bird Photos Of 2017 Have Been Announced, And They’re Truly Amazing
The 2019 winner has been announced
Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. Birds are a secretive and mysterious species, which makes them one of the hardest to photograph. The British Trust for Ornithology, however, is taking time to appreciate photographers around the world who have mastered the art of capturing the quiet, gentle beauty of birds, and they've just announced their winners for
The winning entry came from Alejandro Prieto Rojas who triumphed to become Bird Photographer of the Year with his beautifully reflective image of flamingos feeding their chicks in Rio Legartos, Mexico. Other fantastic photographs featured in the competition include a cheeky swan feeding from the bottom of a stream by photographer Ian Wade and a mesmerising shot of a ghostly barn owl swooping through the dark night, pictured by Jamie Hall.