British Wildlife Photography Awards 102020-01-08T12:22:58+00:00

British Wildlife Photography Awards 10

  • Pub month: September 2019
  • ISBN-13: 9781781453759
  • Author: Maggie Gowan, foreword by Mark Carwardine
  • Price: £25.00
  • Binding: HB with jacket
  • No. of pages: 208
  • Dimensions: 260 x 260 mm
  • Colour: Full colour throughout

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the British Wildlife Photography Awards, this stunning collection showcases 150 of the winning and shortlisted images from the 2019 competition. Curating the year’s finest work from world-leading professionals and inspired amateurs, it celebrates the extraordinary diversity of British wildlife while inspiring readers of all ages to engage with nature and conservation. Every photograph is beautifully reproduced in a large format, with detailed technical information alongside the photographer’s personal account. Featuring a fresh new design, and supported by a touring exhibition and major media campaign, this is both an essential reference and an irresistible gift. It will bring every reader closer to the often unseen and always surprising world of British nature.

Author Information

Maggie Gowan
The British Wildlife Photography Awards were established to recognize the talents of photographers practicing in Britain, while at the same time highlighting the great wealth and diversity of Britain’s natural history. The driving motivation to set up the Awards evolved through the nation’s growing awareness of the local environment and the need for its protection. The Awards are now in their 9th year. “Each year the British Wildlife Photography Awards generates an incredible catalogue of splendid, exciting, imaginative and artistic images, proving beyond doubt that we have the richest palette of life to celebrate in our own backyard.” —Chris Packham, naturalist and BBC presenter “The latest collection of stunning photographs from the British Wildlife Photography Awards is a fabulous celebration of the wealth of biodiversity our small and densely populated island still possesses.” —Tanya Steele, Chief Executive, WWF Also available: British Wildlife Photography Awards #8 and British Wildlife Photography Awards #9