Bird Photographer of the Year 2018 – judging today

I’m off to London today to help judge the Bird Photographer of the Year awards for 2018.  I was a judge last year and I’m looking forward to doing it one more time.

The fellow judges are either clever or good fun or both and I’m looking forward to another interesting time.

By the time the winners are announced at the Bird Fair I’ve forgotten who they were! Luckily, each year there is a superb book to capture the work of all thos great birds and all those great photographers.

But I do remember last year’s overall winner:

American Flamingo by Alejandro Prieta Rojas



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1 Reply to “Bird Photographer of the Year 2018 – judging today”

  1. The distribution of winning photos always fascinates me - it seems usually to be the inverse to bird biodiversity - stacks and stacks from species-poor polar regions, and very few from species diverse tropical rainforest. It is easy to forget the incredible diversity of species in central/northern South American forest in particular.


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