Over £300 worth of prizes to be won in photography contest launched by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.
Amateur photographers across Hertfordshire and Middlesex are asked to submit their best wildlife images for Wild Snaps, a photography competition run by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust. The competition launched on World Photography Day, on 19 August and is open until 16 September. After the competition closes, the winner will be chosen by an online public vote.
The winning image will be featured in Wildlife Matters, the Trust’s membership magazine. The winner will also receive a £300 voucher for wildlife watching equipment and two runners up will each receive a pair of Wildlife Trust branded binoculars, all thanks to competition sponsors, Opticron.
The competition entries will be shortlisted and the winner will be chosen by public vote. Everyone who votes will be eligible to enter a prize draw to win an exclusive one-on-one Smartphone Safari, a smartphone photography masterclass, kindly sponsored by Jet Black Squares.