SHARE. image caption. He found this Manduriacu glass frog eating a spider, clinging onto a branch. Find out what to expect >. A stunning image capturing a rarely seen Amur tiger behaviour has been announced as the winning image of … Launching in 1965 and attracting 361 entries, today the competition receives 49,000 entries from all over the world. Andrés won the 10 years and under category with this photo of a stonechat bird perched on a flower stem. This photo was crowned the Grand Title Winner. Read article Explore the importance of urban wildlife with David Lindo, upcoming Wildlife Photographer of the Year judge and the Urban Birder. Créée à l’origine en 1964 par BBC Wildlife magazine, la compétition est aujourd’hui organisée par le Museum d’Histoire naturelle de Londres et … Photographer Jaime Culebras walked four hours in heavy rain to get this picture. Shanyuan Li/Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The winner of this year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards has been announced. Songda Cai/Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The Webby Awards are known as ‘The Oscars of the Internet’ and BBC Earth has been nominated for three of them! After much research, he set up a hidden camera in January 2019 but it was not until November that he achieved the picture he'd planned for. Selected from over 49,000 entries from around the world, the winners of the competition were revealed during an online awards ceremony live-streamed from the NHM on 13 October. The fox that got the goose by © Liina Heikkinen. Nikon D4 + 28–300mm f3.5–5.6 lens; 1/125 sec at f5.6 (-0.3 e/v); ISO 1600. The 2021 wall calendar features 12 entrants to this year's competition, including finalists and People's Choice Award nominees. Your information will be used in accordance with our privacy policy. With feathers flying, the young fox is framed as it refuses to share the barnacle goose with its five sibling rivals. These proboscis monkeys are known for their long noses. He looks like he is posing for the photo or having a moment of meditation. Nikon Z-7 + 50mm f1.8 lens; 1/200 sec at f6.3; ISO 250; Cognisys camera-trap system. Frank Deschandol/Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Sign up for hand-selected playlists, topical articles and the very best from the BBC Earth community. Jaime Culebras/WPY2020. Voting is now open for the 2020 People's Choice Award. Cuomo calls US Supreme Court's religious gatherings ruling 'irrelevant' Sam Sloss/Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Photographer Songda was diving in the Philippines when he caught this photo of a diamondback squid. Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 winners revealed By Jack Guy, CNN 10/14/2020 Texas family calls for officer's arrest after man is fatally shot in front yard of home Alberto Fantoni/ Wildlife Photographer of the Year. SHARE. The Duchess of Cambridge announced the award winners by an online live stream from the Natural History Museum. Now in its fifty-sixth year, it champions honest and ethical photography that attempts to convey the beauty and fragility of the natural world. Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 là một trong những giải thưởng nhiếp ảnh thường niên có uy tín và được quan tâm hàng đầu hiện nay, bởi vì những loài động vật hoang dã và thiên nhiên đang là những thứ chịu sự tác động nhiều nhất từ biến đổi khí hậu và đặc biệt là con người. © Greg Lecouer/UPY 2020. Once their chicks are born, they head south mainly to Madagascar. Canon EOS-1D X + 500mm f4 lens; 1/1000 sec at f7.1; ISO1250; Manfrotto tripod + Benrogimbal head. It is a newly discovered species which is recognised by the yellow spots on its back and lack of webbing between its fingers. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum (NHM), London and it is now in its 56th year. © Pasquale Vassallo/UPY 2020. SHARE. Could you name them? This hungry fox, with feathers in its mouth, dragged away the goose that their mother had brought and refused to share with their siblings...cheeky fox. These two ferocious predators don’t often meet. Never miss a moment. Liina is the youngest of a family of wildlife photographers and has spent much of her childhood immersed in nature in her homeland of Finland. Comedy Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 finalists There are some funny, weird and wonderful animal photos from this year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards competition! A lire :Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020, les plus belles photos dévoilées. These are the winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition 2020. Logos © 1996. A young male proboscis monkey cocks his head slightly and closes his eyes. A tiny diamondback squid paralarva flits below in the blackness, stops hunting for an instant when caught in the light beam, gilds itself in shimmering gold andthen moves gracefully out of the light. BBC is a trademark of the British Broadcasting Corporation. In the heat of the midday sun, Ripan lay on the sand and edged closer in order to get this amazing shot. Nikon D300s + Nikon 10–24mm f3.5 lens at 11mm; 30 sec at f22; ISO 200; Gitzo tripod. Andrés sat in the back seat of his dad's car, with his camera out of the window to get this photo. Sergey Gorshkov/ Wildlife Photographer of the Year. One of the images being exhibited at the Manx Museum from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year est un concours qui récompense la plus belle photographie animalière de l’année. When an ant colony went hunting small insects on a dry riverbed in Buxa Tiger Reserve, West Bengal, India, a tiger beetle began to pick off some of the ants. You can view all the finalists and category winners here. Sign up to receive news, updates and exclusives from BBC Earth and related content from BBC Studios by email. 2020: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020: Sergey Gorshkov: The Embrace: Russia 2019: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019: Bao Yongqing: The Moment: China 2018: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018: Marsel van Oosten: The golden couple: Netherlands 2017: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017: Brent Stirton: Memorial to a species: South Africa 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London, where the winning photographs will be on display in an exhibition from 16 October 2020 to 6 June 2021. Here are nine of our favourites. Have a look at these photos taken from the incredible world we live in. You can unsubscribe at any time. Patrick Campbell. 'The fox that got the goose' was taken by Liina who was 13 years old when she took it. Have a look at these photos taken from the incredible world we live in. If you look closely you can see tiny eyes peeping out of its mouth which is a 'tongue-eating louse'. This was named Young Grand Title Winner. Which is your favourite photo? Read about our approach to external linking. He poses for a few seconds as if in meditation. These two species don't usually interact so photographer Frank was very lucky. How are you keeping in touch with your friends? The title of the photo is 'The Embrace' and it shows an Amur tiger, also known as Siberian tiger, hugging an ancient tree. The winners of the 2020 Wildlife Photographer of … Over 49,000 images were submitted to the 56th annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, put on by the Natural History Museum in London. The giant riverine tiger beetlepursues prey on the ground, while weaver ants stay mostly in the trees–but if they do meet, both need to be wary. These falcons breed on cliffs and small islands along the Sardinian coast in late summer. The winning images in Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 revealed by Duchess of Cambridge, with a 'magnificent' photo of a tiger hugging a tree scooping the top prize. Jaime took this picture in Ecuador's Manduriacu … Photograph: Oliver Richter/2020 Wildlife Photographer of The Year Tue 1 Dec 2020 02.00 EST Last modified on Tue 1 Dec 2020 06.09 EST Eye to eye by Andrey Shpatak, Russia 16 incredible pictures from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition 2020 Two issues free when you subscribe to BBC Science Focus Magazine The annual exhibition will open to the public in London’s Natural History Museum on 16 October 2020. This photo shows a male falcon bring his mate some food. TWEET. Andrés Luis Dominguez Blanco/Wildlife Photographer. 19 November 2020 Wildlife Photographer of the Year: nature on your doorstep. This year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year images reveal a world of wonder, change and heartbreak. The NHM has a number of gharial specimens brought into its collections during colonial times. Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 – Winning images. Liina Heikkinen was awarded the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 for her dramatic image, The fox that got the goose. He was fascinated by the clown fishes as they swam around hectically and he saw one who always had their mouth open. This image won the Under Water category. 2019 winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Animal Magic: 2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. Joe Biden's pet 'indoguration' raises $200,000. This is a commercial website from BBC Studios. Nikon D5200 + Tamron 90mm f2.8 lens; 1/160 sec at f8; ISO 160; Viltrox ring flash. Liina Heikkinen/Wildlife Photographer of the Year. This is the first ever picture of this species feeding. On the left is a red-banded sand wasp and on the right is a cuckoo wasp. Underwater Photographer of the Year 2020 (and Wide Angle Category Winner): Frozen mobil home (crabeater seals and iceberg in the Antarctica peninsula). Jaime Culebras/Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Still on the fence? Ever wondered what the Earth looks like from space? Sergey Gorshkov’s image of an Amur Tiger hugging an ancient Mancurian fir tree has won the prestigious wildlife photographer of the year 2020 … Liina Heikkinen was awarded the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 for her dramatic image, The fox that got the goose. Unexpected pale blue eyelids now complement his immaculately groomed auburn hair. Look at these small cats photographed in northwest China. Sometimes known as white arnica, the plant is a member of the daisy family found only in Colombia. It was taken by Sergey Gorshkov and took more than 11 months to capture using hidden cameras. Look at this frog having a spider snack. The Duchess of Cambridge and Patron of the museum, Kate Middleton, announced the Grand Title Winner during the live-streamed ceremony which aired on October 13th. Look at this incredibly close up shot of two wasps. It was Ritak’Uwa Blanco, the highest peak in the Eastern Cordillera of the Colombian Andes, that Gabriel had set out to photograph. Join us in honouring this year's best nature photography at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards. They can grow so big that it will hang down over his mouth and he will have to push it aside to eat. Mogens Trolle/Wildlife Photographer of the Year. This glass frog snacking on a spider is the winner in the WPY category for Behaviour: Amphibians and Reptiles. 'A mean mouthful' is the title of this image, by Sam Sloss, who won the 11-14 years old category. EMAIL. Nikon D850 + 60mm f2.8 lens; 1/200 sec at f20; ISO 500; Seacam housing; Seaflash 150D strobes; Scubalamp lights. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the most prestigious photography event of its kind showcasing the world’s most astonishing sights for more than 50 years. It took Segey months to capture the amazing image of a tigress rubbing against a tree as a way of scent marking. But it was the foreground of flowers that captured his attention. Sam took the photo whilst on a diving holiday in Indonesia. Look at this young male proboscis monkey. With feathers flying, the young fox is framed as it refuses to share the barnacle goose with its five sibling rivals. Lazing lizards, sleeping squirrels, underwater portraits, urban wildlife - explore the stories from this year's competition and … These monkeys are only found on the island of Borneo and nearby islands and they are endangered. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition showcases the very best of nature photography from around the world. Winners of Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 10/14/2020. 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