Vote in People’s Choice Wildlife POTY
Posted on Dec 1, 2022
Have your say in the 58th Wildlife Photographer of the Year People Choice Awards
For the first time, you are invited to vote in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People Choice Awards, run by the Natural History Museum in London. Select your favourite from the 25 shortlisted images that include a basking polar bear, a nuzzling pair of foxes and important nature stories from around the world.
The contest offers a global platform for amateur and professional photographers to engage audiences and act as advocates for the wildlife conservation mission of the Natural History Museum. The exhibition this year is supported by global green energy company Ørsted.
38,575 entries from 93 countries flooded into the contest, telling the compelling stories of the natural world for the 58thinstalment of the competition.
Voting closes 2 February 2023, when the top five images will be displayed online, joining this year’s earlier winners. The overall winner, chosen by you, the people, will be showcased in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year voting screens at the Museum until 2 July 2023.
Cast your vote by heading to the Natural History Museum website.
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