Arctic treasure
    Finalist 2017, Animal Portraits
    Photo Credit: Sergey Gorshkov, Russia
    Bear hug
    Finalist 2017, Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 11-14 Years
    Photo Credit: Ashleigh Scully, USA
    Bold eagle
    Finalist 2017, Animal Portraits
    Photo Credit: Klaus Nigge, Germany
    Glimpse of a lynx
    Finalist 2017, Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 11-14 Years
    Photo Credit: Laura Albiac Vilas, Spain
    Resplendent delivery
    Finalist 2017, Behaviour: Birds
    Photo Credit: Tyohar Kastiel, Israel
    Romance among the angels
    Finalist 2017, Behaviour: Invertebrates
    Photo Credit: Andrey Narchuk, Russia
    Saguaro twist
    Finalist 2017, Plants and Fungi
    Photo Credit: Jack Dykinga, USA
    Sewage surfer
    Finalist 2017, The Wildlife Photojournalist Award: Single Image
    Photo Credit: Justin Hofman, USA
    Swim gym
    Finalist 2017, Behaviour: Mammals
    Photo Credit: Laurent Ballesta, France
    The insiders
    Finalist 2017, Under Water
    Photo Credit: Qing Lin, China
    The power of the matriarch
    Finalist 2017, Animal Portraits
    Photo Credit: David Lloyd, New Zealand/UK
    Saved but caged
    Finalist 2017, The Wildlife Photojournalist Award: Single Image
    Photo Credit: Steve Winter, USA
    Winter pause
    Finalist 2017, Black and White
    Photo Credit: Mats Andersson, Sweden

The finalists of the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year

By AG STAFF | September 15, 2017

Now in its 53rd year, the Natural History Museum continues to showcase the most stunning wildlife images from around the world. The winner of the competition will be announced on the 17 October.