The winners The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 (27 photos)

The winners The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 were announced a few days ago. Awards are awarded to talented amateurs and professionals in the field of wildlife photography. All the pictures that participated in the competition, had to capture the animals in their natural habitat. This year, attended by thousands of photographers.

Red deer. Surrey, England
Photo: Alex Suber




Oh eats frog. Gloucestershire, England
Photo: Gary Cox




Winner in the category of Urban Landscape: Devon, England
Photo: Stephen William Pauls




Fighting coots. Local pond, London, England
Photo: Mark J. Smith




Winner in the category of Invisible: Leap of freedom. East Sussex, England
Photo: Dale Sutton




Deer at dawn. Surrey, England
Photo: Richard Waters



Starlings. On the main road at dusk. Gretna Green Station, Scotland
Photo: Paul Hobson



Deadlock, Wales
Photo: Richard Costin



Reflection of the snake. Norfolk, England
Photo: Jamie Hall



A cluster of dragonflies, oviparous (egg-laying). Cumbria, England
Photo: Forest Gibbon



Winner in the category of Wildlife in the backyard of North Wales
Photo: David Thomas Hendley



Stereogram of birds. Norfolk, England
Photo: Mark Smith



Winner in the category of 12 to 18 years: Arctic Terns on the Farne Islands, Northumberland, England
Photo: Ashley Butterworth (age 14)



Iridescent eyes gadfly, reflected in the pond. East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Photo: Forest Gibbon



Winner in the category of portraits of animals: deer in the pine forest, Scotland
Photo: Neil Makintay



Awakening. Gray seal, Norfolk, England
Photo: Simon Litten



Winner in the category under 12: Finch. Kent, England
Photo: William Briggs (age 8)



Over his shoulder fur seal. Shetland Islands, Scotland
Photo: John Moncrieff



Autumn forest at sunset with golden rays of light falling on the forest path. New Forest, Hampshire, England
Photo: Jeremy Walk



Snails eyes. Norwich, England
Photo: James Yaaksli



Winner in the category of Animal Behavior: Herring Gull impasse raised from the ground. Northumberland, England
Photo: Amanda Hayes



Spider. Essex, England
Photo: Simon White



Mating flies mugs. Yorkshire, England
Photo: Oliver Charles Wright



Winner in the category Habitat: Grey seal in an underwater cave. Lundy Island, Devon, England
Photo: Alexander masterdom



Hungry wolf fish. Berwickshire, Scotland
Photo: Trevor Rees



Swan. Nottingham, England
Photo: Gerald Robinson



The main winner: Jacuzzi. Scotland
Photo: Dr. Matt Doggett



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