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Wildlife Photography Competition

Taking photographs in a bluebell wood






Show off your skills in our Wildlife Photography Competition!

Think you have an eye for a good photo? Why not enter our Wildlife Photography Competition for your chance to win exclusive use of our brand new wildlife hide and lots of other runner up prizes!

RED FOX.We have 3 catagories you can enter, 5-10yrs, 11-16yrs, Open (17+yrs)

1st prize use of our new hide at Cropton run in partnership with Hidden Horizons, 2nd prizes £25 Amazon vouchers and 3 runner up prizes of free day pass to Dalby ForestBADGER CUBS FORAGING ON DEAD TREE.

We also have a chance for your entire class to win a night at the hide by entering photos from your class.

The competition is open for entries from 1st April 2017 until 31st May 2017

Expert wildlife photographer Robert Fuller will be judging the photos and the winners will be displayed in the Great Yorkshire Forest itself!

Full terms and conditions

       All entries to be emailed to

 Images should be no more then 5MB.

All entries must be received by midnight 31st May 2017

Please mark clearly on your entry which catagory you are entering. Failure to mark your entry will mean that we are unable to assess your entry.

five entries is allowed per person.

The winners will be contacted by 23rd June 2017

Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant and by submitting you are confirming that the image was taken by you. Any evidence to the contrary will result in immediate disqualification.

Entries must never have been published, self-published, published on any website, blog or online forum.

Copyright of any image remains with the author, but the Forestry Commission has the unrestricted right to publish the entered image in publications, on it's website, and in any related material for PR purposes.





Last updated: 12th October 2017


Simon Butcher
Recreation Ranger
07909 880424

England's Woods and Forests are cared for by Forest Enterprise England, an agency of the Forestry Commission.