Greylag Geese Chicks © Mike Lane.
The award, which is now in its third year, promises a first prize of £5000, a place in a touring exhibition and in a book by AA Publishing.
The award, that aims to show the diversity of British wildlife, is open to residents of all nationalities, amateurs and professionals alike.
This year, the organisers have also introduced an award for wildlife videography, sponsored by Canon. "The judges will be looking for the most inspirational and dynamic sequence (up to a minute) which clearly illustrates the unique power of video as a medium for capturing British wildlife."
Deadline for entry is 02 June. For more information on how to enter, visit www.bwpawards.co.uk.
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