Competitions

BBC Wildlife Magazine photographic grant, sponsored by Kowa.
30th September 2014

Do you want to break into the world of professional wildlife photography? This new award aims, sponsored by Kowa, aims to find undiscovered talent and unearth exciting new wildlife stories.

Camera-trap Photo of the Year 2014 launch.
30th June 2014

Do you use a remote camera? Whether you’re a researcher or a keen amateur wildlife photographer, enter your best photos and you could win a great prize.

Nature Writer of the Year 2013: The winners revealed

Read the winning entries of the BBC Wildlife Nature Writer of the Year competition 2013.

Travel writer of the year awards 2013: The results

Our annual travel-writing contest is always hard-fought and this year was no exception. But Andrew Scott's tale about a school outing to the coast of Newfoundland triumphed. 

Camera-trap Photo of the Year 2013 spread.
31st July 2013

Do you use a remote camera? Whether you’re a researcher or a keen amateur wildlife photographer, enter your best photos and you could win a great prize.

Nature writer of the year 2013 spread.
30th April 2013

Enter our nature-writing contest and share your passion for wildlife and wild places. You could win a place on a research expedition to Madagascar!

Travel writer of the year 2013 competition launch spread.
31st March 2013

Banish the winter blues by reliving an incredible wildlife journey in the form of a short story. Who knows – it could lead to further adventures... 

Wildlife Artist of the Year 2013 competition launch spread.
28th February 2013

Prime your palette and sharpen your HB enter your finest work in our art competition for the chance to win a fabulous painting safari.

Illustration: bytherealmckay.com

This year, our Nature Writer of the Year competition attracted scores of excellent entries. Read the judges' winners here – and see if you agree with their choices.

© BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year 2012 The winners spread

Talented artists spread their wings to create stunning images of the world's wildlife.