2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs

The 2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs just recently came out and I must say they’re definitely worth checking out.

The British Wildlife Photography Awards just announced the winners of their 2016 annual competition. The featured image for this post was unanimously chosen as the overall winning photography.

The categories this year included :

Animal Behavior

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Jacqueline Spindley, Back Garden Babies (Garden spider) Nottinghamshire, England

Animal Portraits

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Jamie Mina, Mountain hare Tomatin, Inverness, Scotland

Botanical Britain

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
David Maitland, Bird Seed (Silver birch and Garden spider web) Norfolk, England

British Nature in Black and White

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Chaitanya Deshpande, Free Bird London, England

British Seasons

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Robert E Fuller, Common Weasel North Yorkshire, England

Close to Nature

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Jeanette Sakel, Tadpoles Bristol, England

Coast and Marine

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
George Stoyle, Hitchhikers (Lion’s Mane Jellyfish) St Kilda, off the Island of Hirta, Scotland

Habitat

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Charles Everitt, Living Space (Bass) Bass Rock, East Lothian, Scotland

Hidden Britain

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Stephen Darlington, Emergence Goring, Oxfordshire, England

Urban Wildlife

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Geoff Trevarthen, The Supermarket Starling Cornwall, England

Wild Woods

2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards Winning Photographs
Steve Palmer, Twisted Green Derbyshire, England

The awards, established in 2009, aim to highlight photographers working in the UK, while also showcasing the biodiversity, species, and habitats found in Britain. You can see more UK habitats and animal portraits from 2016’s British Wildlife Photography Awards on their website, Facebook, and Twitter.

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