Do you have a brilliant photo of a bird?

Bird Photography of the Year Competition is calling for entries.

Do you have a brilliant photo of a bird?

The new photography competition is open to all bird photographs © Ann Aveyard


The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers (SINWP) has launched its inaugural Bird Photography of the Year Competition, which aims to celebrate bird photography and raise money for the RSPB via contest entry fees.

“We are really excited to announce this new competition for nature and wildlife photographers,” says Phil Jones, chief executive of SINWP.

“Not only are we looking forward to seeing all your wonderful images, we are also looking forward to helping the RSPB.”


There are no categories in the competition © Ann Aveyard


The overall winner of the competition will be awarded a collection of prizes, worth over £350, plus a trophy and certificate.

Second and third place entrants will receive a certificate and prizes worth £45 each.


The competition aims to raise money for the RSPB © Ann Aveyard


Find out more about the competition on the SINWP website.


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