Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 – Winners

1. Red deer. Surrey, England. Photo: Alex Suber

Winners are declared, The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012. Awards are performed by talented amateurs and professionals in the field of wildlife photography. All the photos, which took part in the competition, had to capture of animals in their natural habitat. This year,the contest was attended by thousands of photographers. Have a look of the amazing photos……..

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (1)  2. So eating a frog. Gloucestershire, England. Gary Cox

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (2)  3.  The winner in the category of Urban Landscape: Devon, England. Photo: Stephen William Pauls

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (3)4. Fighting coots. Local pond, London, England. Photo: Mark J. Smith

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (4)  5. Winner in the category Invisible: Leap of freedom. East Sussex, England. Photo: Dale Sutton

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (5)  6. Deer at dawn. Surrey, England. Photo: Richard Waters

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (6)  7. Starlings. On the main road at dusk. Gretna Green Station, Scotland. Photo: Paul Hobson

 

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (7)  8. Deadlock, Wales. Photo: Richard Costin

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (8)  9. Reflection snake. Norfolk, England. Photo: Jamie Hall

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (9)  10. A cluster of dragonflies, oviparous (egg-laying). Cumbria, England. Photo: Les Gibbon

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (10) 11. The winner in the category of wildlife in the back yard: North Wales. Photo: David Thomas Handley

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (11) 12. Stereogram of birds. Norfolk, England. Photo: Mark Smith

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (12)  13. Winner in the category of 12 to 18 years: Arctic terns on the Farne Islands, Northumberland, England. Photo: Ashley Butterworth (age 14)

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (13)  14. Iridescent eyes gadfly, reflected in a pond. East Yorkshire, UK. Photo: Les Gibbon

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (14) 15. Winner in the category of Portrait animals: deer in a pine forest, Scotland. Photo: Neil Makintay.

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (15)  16. Winner in the category Portrait animals: deer in a pine forest, Scotland. Photo: Neil Makintay

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (16)  17. Winner in the category under 12: Finch. Kent, England. Photo: William Briggs (age 8)

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (17)  18. Over his shoulder fur seal. Shetland Islands, Scotland. Photo: John Monkriff

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (18)  19. Autumn forest at sunset with golden rays of light falling on a forest path. New Forest, Hampshire, England. Photo: Jeremy Wolk

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (19)  20. Snails eye. Norwich, England. Photo: James Yaaksli

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (20) 21. The winner in the category of Animal Behaviour: Herring Gull impasse raised from the ground. Northumberland, England. Photo: Amanda Hayes

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (21)  22. Spider. Essex, England. Photo: Simon White

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (22)  23. Mating flies mugs. Yorkshire, England. Photo: Oliver C. Wright

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (23)  24. The winner in the category of Habitat: The gray seal in an underwater cave. Lundy Island, Devon, England. Photo: Alexander Masterd

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (24)  25. Hungry wolf fish. Berwickshire, Scotland. Photo: Trevor Rees

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (25)  26. Swan. Nottingham, England. Photo: Gerald Robinson

Pictures From The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 - Winners (26)  27. The main winner: Jacuzzi. Scotland. Photo: Dr. Matt Doggett

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