This public competition will close for voting on May 1, 2023.


Audrey Wan. Read on for information and tips to help you with your entry into the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

The best 25 photographs will be shared in our social media channels and our photo gallery.


May 21, 2023 at 8:30 a. . Our fifth annual photo contest attracted more than 7,200 photos submitted in five categories from some 1,000 photographers sharing their love of nature—from city patios to rural meadows.

To participate in the 2023 Youth Photography Contest at Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge, mail in or drop off this entry form for each photo submission.

. The Winners of the two sub-categories “Wildlife in Peril” 2023. .



A selection of the winning photographs and honorable mentions from the 2023 contest will be published in the Winter 2024 issue of National Wildlife magazine.

When it. Go to the event page for more information on participating in the 2023 Youth Photography Contest.

. The reFocus Awards have announced the winners of its 2023 Color Photography Contest.

For example the overall winner gets € 3.


The goal of this contest is to encourage participants to enjoy nature’s beauty and share their experiences through photography.

. The Aquarium of the Pacific 25th Anniversary Celebration includes a photo exhibit, Connecting to Nature, in Long Beach on Wednesday, May 24, 2023. 2nd place gets 10% of the money collected from the contest registration fees.

. Registration links. National Geographic announced the winning photographs from its first “Pictures of the Year” photo competition. . 5.


The photo contest has run for ten years. Go to the event page for more information on participating in the 2023 Youth Photography Contest.


One of Africa’s most beloved leaders, His Excellency Benjamin Mkapa was President of Tanzania from 1995 to 2005 and was AWF’s longest-serving trustee.


Here is Tom’s account of his.

The 2023 Nature Photo Contest is a great way to get outdoors and celebrate nature in Canada! Take a walk down memory lane and find old photos of your favourite nature explorations.