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 October we were looking for your best images of wildlife living in, on and under trees and the winner was Short-Eared Owl, Galápagos Islands by Zestin Soh, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team....

In October, we were looking for your best images of wildlife found in towns and cities and the winner was Urban Fisher by Beverley Brouwer, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Beverley!...

In June, we were looking for your best photos of patterns in nature and the winner was ‘Pride of Pavo’ (Indian peafowl) by Harish B Kakkilaya, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Harish!...

BBC Wildlife Magazine has always showcased the best in beautiful wildlife photography. Browse the previous winners of the magazine's photo competition, as chosen by editor Sophie Stafford.

In September 2010 we were looking for your best wildlife holiday photos. The winner was Dusk Dust by Anthony Catt. Well done Anthony!


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In September 2012 we were looking for your best photos of cold-blooded animals, and the winner was Iguana by Les Colbert, chosen by BBC Wildlife editor Sophie Stafford. Well done Les!
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In September we were looking for your best photos of marvellous minibeasts and the winner was Patiently Waiting in the Rain by Gordon Mackie, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Gordon!...

In September, we were looking for your best images of birds in flight and the winner was Hummingbird in Flight by Koji HIrano, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Koji!

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We were looking for your best photos of signs of spring and the winner was ‘Sparrow and catkins’ by Andy Brown, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Andy!


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In March, we were looking for your best images of signs of spring and the winner was Bullfinch Blossom by Gary Cox, chosen by the BBC Wildlife team. Well done Gary!


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