Submit your wildlife photos
Your Photos competition
Images submitted to the Your Photos competition are considered for publication in an upcoming issue of the magazine.
The winning image for each issue will be awarded Star Photo and a prize, which will be provided by the prize provider for the issue that the image is published in.
Photos need to be entered via the Award Force website. Please note that you will need to register on this website in order to submit photos.
Entrants should ensure that they read the full terms and conditions before entering the competition.
If you were registered on the old Discover Wildlife website, your accounts details have not been transferred, and you will need to make a new account.
Winning and shortlisted images from the February 2021 issue
Photo of the Day
To be considered for Photo of the Day, photographers should use #BBCWildlifePOTD on their social media posts.
Images should include the common English and/or scientific names of the species, and the location of the photograph.
We’d also love to hear about the model and type of camera you use to take your wildlife and/or landscape photography. Do you rely on your phone or are you an avid DSLR user?
If you do not have social media, you can e-mail Megan Shersby. Please do not send more than three images at time. It is best to send low-resolution images to begin with, as our e-mail systems often reject e-mails with large attachments.
Other ways to contribute photos to BBC Wildlife Magazine
If you are a professional photographer and would like to submit photos to BBC Wildlife Magazine, or would like to submit an image with a letter for our Feedback pages, details can be found on our Contact Us page.