Vote for your favorite image for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award

Vote for your favorite image for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award

Wildlife Photographer of the Year has developed and produced the Museum of Natural History in London. Now is the time to vote for the image of your choice at the year-round People’s Choice Awards 2020’s ever-wonderful wildlife photographer.

Just before the museum reopens on December 3, a shortlist of 25 stunning wildlife images invites the public to vote for their favorite image. The top five photographers will win the People’s Choice Award 2020 and join the winners of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer in the 2020 competition, which you can also check out here. Online voting is now open and will run until February 2, 2021. 

It contains a picture of two endangered Iberian ling kittens that made their playground in their abandoned childhood their human neighbor in the ten thousand barrier islands of Florida. Each year the Museum of Natural History selects the top 25 images from the shortlist of the latest competition. We then ask the public to help select the recipients of the People’s Choice Award. Visit the gallery above to get your favorite image, then enter your details and submit your vote. Voting closes on February 2, 2021, at 14.00 GMT. Remember: you only have one vote, so choose carefully.

More than 49,000 images are entered into wildlife photographers each year, but our panel of judges can only award 100 winners. The winner and the top four highly acclaimed images will be published on 9 February 2021. Before the Museum of Natural History reopens on December 3, fans of wildlife photography around the world can choose from a collection of 50,000 images from professional and amateur photographers from around the world.

With the power to inspire curiosity and wonder, images portray wildlife photography as an art form, challenging us to consider our place in the natural world and our responsibility to protect it. The winners will be on display at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London until July 4, 2021.

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