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Oxford,
20
March
2018
|
10:57
Europe/London

Best of British wildlife at The Oxfordshire Museum

Award-winning images of the nation’s flora and fauna have arrived for a special exhibition at The Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock.

The British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) 2017 exhibition celebrates the talents of both amateur and professional photographers and highlights the great diversity of the country’s natural history.

Striking images of bird life, mammals and marine habitats are on display alongside floral habitats and mystical woodland scenes.

Discover and explore

Audience Development Officer at The Oxfordshire Museum Lorraine Horne said: “The BWPA aims to raise awareness about British biodiversity and habitats and encourage all ages to discover, explore and help conserve our heritage.

"This exhibition captures the imagination of photographers from all over the UK, with incredible images which showcase British wildlife at it’s very best.”

The exhibition and museum are free of charge. More information available here

Award-winning photographers featured above:

  • Andrew Parkinson (Animal behaviour)
  • Francis Taylor (Wild Woods)
  • Daniel Trim (Urban Wildlife)
  • Alex Hyde (Hidden Britain)
  • Matthew Roseveare (Wild pix - 12-18yrs)

More information on the award-winning photographs: https://www.bwpawards.org/winners2017

 

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