The 2018 Competition
is now closed!

Image from Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards - Conservation through Competition
Image from Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards - Conservation through Competition

Welcome to the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

THE 2018 COMEDY PHOTO AWARDS WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED...THAT'S RIGHT...THE WAITING IS OVER FOR 2018 AND WE CAN HARDLY CONTAIN OURSELVES.!!!

WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE OVERALL WINNER OF THE COMEDY WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS FOR 2018 IS....

MARY McGOWAN WITH HER WONDERFUL SURPRISED SQUIRREL "CAUGHT IN THE ACT"!!!

Well Done to Mary who wins a ton of prizes including a safari of a lifetime with Alex Walker's Serian and a wonderfully impressive Trophy and, of course, the Title of

"Comedy Wildlife Photographer of 2018!

Massive Congratulations to all our Category Winners and Highly Commended Winners and we look forward to a fabulous new competition which opens March 1st 2019 - See you then!

Remember, we are all about conservation. We want you to take up our banner of wildlife conservation, bang the drum, beat the cymbal and make some noise, we need to spread the word – wildlife, as we know it,  is in danger, all over the world and we need to do something to help save it. You can start by going and having a look at what the Born Free Foundation are doing at www.bornfree.org.uk.

Enjoy browsing the hilarious 2018 competition images, tell your friends about it, stay in touch and get ready to do it all again next year! We are all over social media and the World Wide Web!

Cheers

Paul and Tom

One of us is the Founder and an inspired wildlife photographer (@pj_hicks) and the other one is the grown up Chair of the Judges and Competition Director and takes the odd landscape snap yawn (but admittedly he has won not one but TWO awards...? Shut it Tom) (@sullamphoto)

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