Photography competition

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Photography competition

Pearl-bordered fritillary by Richard Clifford

2021 competition

It's time to enter our 2021 competition to have a chance of your photos featuring in our 2022 calendar!

Winning images feature as A4 images in our popular calendar and winners each receive a copy. 24 runners-up images feature as smaller insets.  Entries and all sales of the calendar help to support our work across Worcestershire.

Thanks to our external judges, Jason Curtis and Pete Walkden, for helping to choose the 12 winners.

What are you waiting for? Grab your phone, compact or DSLR camera & start snapping! We’re looking for beautiful, interesting and inspiring photos of Worcestershire’s wildlife and wild places – whether in nature reserves, our towns, countryside or your own garden.

Download our photo competition entry form now (a pdf version is also available).

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.

2020 winners

Congratulations to all our winners but especially our overall winner, Richard Clifford, whose photo of a pearl-bordered fritillary resting on bracken (above) appears on the front cover of the calendar - voted for by members of the public.

Many thanks to everyone who entered.  You can take a closer look at all the winning and runners-up images in the Flickr albums below...

12 winning photos to feature in our 2021 calendar
2021 Calendar: winners
2021 Calendar: runners-up

2020 calendar winners

2020 calendar competition - winners

Thank you

Thank you to all the photographers who kindly donate their images to help us inspire people about the wonders of Worcestershire's wildlife. If you'd like to add your images to our library (credit is always given), please get in touch.