15 Of the Funniest Finalist Entries of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2019
It seems that this little guy was standing right next to the photographer James Vodicka and smiling up at him when the shot was taken.
Among the conservation tips, the organizers say that you could encourage your family and friends to do what we just mentioned about recycling.
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It seems this little cub is in playful mood and is going straight for the male lion’s balls. Wow!! Wonder what might have happened next. The photo is by Sarah Skinner.
Getting back to the discussion on conservation, the organizers request readers to speak and spread the message of conservation on social media, at work or in the pub with friends. Engage with conservationist organizations through email and social media. Become a wild influencer.
It seems the way this red squirrel is holding this dandelion, it’s as if he is getting high on it or wishing something.
The organizers are also requesting people to write to local government representatives and councilors to ask them what initiatives they are taking for helping wildlife and the environment in the area. You should hold your elected reps accountable and most of all use your voice and don’t be afraid.
Here is a pair of otters who seem to be saying hi to the photographer Donna Bourdan. The wildlife photographers who enter the contest are 70% amateur and 30% professional which gives a broader range of photographs. Tom explained that following born free on social media is one small step towards conservation.
Sometimes you can find yourself in the right spot at the right time and most certainly this photograph by Thomas Mangelsen is going to win something. It shows a penguin and what looks like either a walrus or seal chest-bumping each other, in what appears to be a fight for territory.