Wildlife Photographer of the Year launches People’s Choice Award

Press release • Wildlife Photographer of the Year launches People’s Choice Award

Nature fans can have their say in the Natural History Museum’s world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition by voting for the winner of the People’s Choice Award here.

The annual award recognises exceptional competition entries as chosen by the public. Admirers of wildlife photography around the world can choose their favourite from 24 images, pre-selected by the Natural History Museum from almost 50,000 submissions from 92 countries.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Leopard gaze, by Martin van Lokven (The Netherlands)

Shortlisted images are currently on display at the highly-acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London, until the vote closes on 5 February 2018. The winner of the vote will then be showcased until the exhibition closes on 28 May 2018.

The top five People’s Choice Award images will also be displayed online at www.wildlifephotographeroftheyear.com joining the 100-strong winning portfolio chosen by the esteemed panel of judges.

Igniting curiosity about the natural world through the power of photography, Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the longest-running and most prestigious competition of its kind. The competition is a vital part of the Natural History Museum’s mission to inspire a love for the natural world and unlock answers to the big issues facing humanity and the planet.

Seen by millions of people all over the world, the awarded images shine a spotlight on nature photography as an art form, whilst reminding us of the urgent need to protect our planet and the species we share it with.

Vote in the People’s Choice Award at http://bit.ly/WPY53PeoplesChoice

Exhibition open until 28 May 2018 #WPY53

Online voting open now, until 12.00pm (GMT) on Monday 5 February 2018.

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