Photography Competition

Brown hare (c) Gill SmithBrown hare (c) Gill Smith

Entry into this year's competition is now closed and judging is taking place. We'll be in touch with winners in June.

Fieldfare (c) John CaswellGill Smith's brown hare topped the public vote to become overall winner of our 2018 competition and features on our 2019 calendar.  Who will win this time round?

Thanks to the team at Lower Smite Farm who get involved with the judging and especially thanks to our external judges (and previous winners) Jason Curtis www.wyrewildlife.co.uk/  and Pete Walkden www.petewalkden.co.uk.

You don't need the best kit in the world but a dab of patience and a spot of luck will probably come in handy!

Winners

Grey heron on nest (c) Colin AllenThere can only be 12 winners and each of these wins a full page A4 position in our calendar as well as a copy of the calendar.  

Each month is also supplemented by photos from our runner's-up.

You can see this year's winners and runner's-up on our Flickrstream.

Keep up to date with us through our Facebook page and Twitter feed.  

Don’t forget...

Red fox (c) Dave HullIf you're out taking photos don't forget...

...the welfare of the subject is top priority. Don’t stress a subject just for a photo; the wildlife is more important than the image.

...make sure you stay on paths or within designated areas.