London’s Natural History Museum is inviting nature and wildlife fans to vote in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award for 2024.
25 images have been selected for the competition by an international judging panel, out of almost 50,000 entries.
Director of the Natural History Museum, Dr Douglas Gurr, said: “Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s People’s Choice Award always offers an astounding selection of images, and this year is no different. We invite the public to join the jury and vote for their favourite; whether breathtaking beauty or a powerful story, it’s sure to be a difficult decision!’
Take a look at the 25 images which are in with a chance of winning the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award 2024.
1. Take a look at the incredible wildlife images being considered for Wildlife Photgrapher of the Year People's Choice Award.
Take a look at the incredible wildlife images being considered for Wildlife Photgrapher of the Year People's Choice Award.
2. Snowshoes by Deena Sveinsson, USA
A snowshoe hare pulls its feet to its head to make the next big hop across the soft, deep snow in the forests of the Rocky Mountain National Park, USA.
3. Tender Touch by Andy Parkinson, UK
Two courting mountain hares come together to touch noses in the Monadhliath Mountains in Scotland, UK.
4. A Rare Sight by Axel Gomille, Germany
The rarest species of wild dog in the world, the Ethiopian wolf, takes a rest among the highland vegetation of Ethiopia’s Bale Mountains National Park.
5. Looking At Me, Looking At You by John E. Marriott, Canada
A grizzly bear rises up on its hind legs and glances towards the photographer before returning to fish for salmon in the Chilko River in British Columbia, Canada.
6. Missed Sip of Milk by Karim Iliya, USA/Lebanon
A humpback whale calf misses some of its mother’s milk, which drifts and swirls in the currents off the coast of Rurutu, French Polynesia.