Photo Contest

Welcome to the photo contest pages.

This is your opportunity to share your images on our website.

You’ve no doubt marvelled at our professional photographers’ pictures in the magazine and now on www.discoverwildlife.com, but we know that you are a talented bunch with some astonishing photos and we would love to see them.

Simply upload your images each month and then vote for the images you like best.

Each month the BBC Wildlife team’s favourite images are featured in the Your Feedback pages of the magazine, may be showcased in our weekly e-newsletter and may feature as our #photooftheweek on our Twitter and Facebook accounts.

The BBC Wildlife team may also choose up to 20 images, which will be published in photo contest online galleries at www.discoverwildlife.com

The overall winning image will be chosen by the BBC Wildlife team and will feature as the main image of the online photo contest gallery after the contest has closed.

We can’t wait to see what you can do.

In April, we were looking for your best images of baby animals and the winner was Zebra in the Serengeti by Laura Wilson, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Laura!


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In August we were looking for your best photos of butterflies and moths and the winner was ‘Heath Fritillary’ by Andy Brown, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Andy!


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In February, we were looking for your best conceptual pictures – original and inspiring views of nature, whether figurative or abstract and the winner was ‘Bug’s eye view of a poppy field’ by...

In December 2010 we were looking for your best photos of wildlife taken in your garden, and the winner was Gottcha! by William Mills, chosen by BBC Wildlife editor Sophie Stafford. Well done...

In December 2012 we were looking for your best photos of wildlife in your garden in winter, and the winner was Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head by R Elliott, chosen by BBC Wildlife editor Sophie...

In December we were looking for your best images of birds in your garden and the winner was Little and Large Visitors by Mike Castle, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Mike!
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In February 2011 we were looking for your best snowy wildlife shots, and the winner was A Wintry Walk for the Cairngorm Reindeer by Hen Robinson, chosen by BBC Wildlife editor Sophie Stafford....

In February 2013 we were looking for your best photos of marine life above and below the waves, and the winner was Californian Sealion by Tom Reed, chosen by BBC Wildlife editor Sophie Stafford....

In February we were looking for your best images of wildlife families and the winner was Tender Moment by Erik Mandre, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Erik!


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In January, we were looking for your best images of garden birds and the winner was Nest Building (blue tit) by Bob Carter, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Bob!


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