This annual wildlife photography competition is one of the most prestigious of its kind, attracting entries from photographers of all ages worldwide.
Whether you're an enthusiastic amateur, emerging talent or leading professional, this is your chance to star in an acclaimed exhibition that tours nationally and internationally, and receive extensive media and online coverage.
The Competition champions ethical wildlife photography, the faithful representation of the natural world, free from excessive digital manipulation, with honesty in all captioning, and with total regard for the welfare of the animals and their environment.
Each year, the competition calls for innovative and compelling, evocative and thought-provoking images from the world's photographic community which illustrate the rich variety of life on Earth.
The categories in the competition encourage a blend of technological innovation and artistic freedom, whilst emphasising integrity and truthfulness of interpretation. The categories include Animal Portraits, Behaviour, Animals in their Environment, Botanical Realms, Underwater Worlds, Wildscapes, Urban Wildlife, Nature in Black & White, Creative Visions and range of other special awards
If you're 17 years old or under, find out about the Young competition
For further information please visit the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer website.
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