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Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
We've already shared and celebrated the top photographs from the London Natural History Museum's annualWildlife Photographer of the Year contest, featuring feisty foxes, gargantuan underwater whales, and more.
However, if you haven't yet had your fill of awe-inspiring animal shots, here's another astounding collection: theBritish Wildlife Photography Awards has just announced its 2016 winners, revealing the depth, breadth, and beauty of diverse creatures and critters in the U.K.
Above image: George Stoyle, Hitchhikers; St Kilda, off the Island of Hirta, Scotland
Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Animal Portraits: Jamie Mina, Mountain Hare; Tomatin, Inverness, Scotland

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Animal Behaviour: Jacqueline Spindley, Back Garden Babies; Nottinghamshire, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Botanical Britain: David Maitland, Bird Seed; Norfolk, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, British Nature in Black and White: Chaitanya Deshpande, Free Bird; London, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, British Seasons: Robert E Fuller, Common Weasel (Pic 1); North Yorkshire, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, British Seasons: Robert E Fuller, Common Weasel (Pic 2); North Yorkshire, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, British Seasons: Robert E Fuller, Common Weasel (Pic 3); North Yorkshire, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, British Seasons: Robert E Fuller, Common Weasel (Pic 4); North Yorkshire, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Close to Nature: Jeanette Sakel, Tadpoles; Bristol, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Documentary Series: Nick Upton, Monitoring Harvest Mice (Pic 1)

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Habitat: Charles Everitt, Living Space; Bass Rock, East Lothian, Scotland

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Hidden Britain: Stephen Darlington, Emergence; Goring, Oxfordshire, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Urban Wildlife: Geoff Trevarthen, The Supermarket Starling; Cornwall, England

Information about the Best Wildlife Photography of the Year 2016
Winner, Wild Woods: Steve Palmer, Twisted Green; Derbyshire, England
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All images via BWPA Awards.

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