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CJS Photography Competition: Readers' Choice


     

CJS Readers have the opportunity to pick their favourite image from the photos submitted to our 25 year celebrations competition.  We've narrowed it down to 32 to make it a little easier for you to select.

The winner of readers' choice will receive a year's subscription to BBC Wildlife magazine.

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BBC Wildlife began life as Animals Magazine, launched in January 1963 by filmmaker Armand Denis.

In his editor's welcome letter, Denis wrote “The world must now wake up to the terrible danger that many wild animals face. We do not want our children’s grandchildren to ask: ‘What was a wild animal?’" - a statement that still resonates today.

Over 50 years later BBC Wildlife Magazine continues to celebrate the natural world, featuring all the latest discoveries, news and views on wildlife, conservation and environmental issues. With strong broadcasting links, authoritative journalism and award-winning photography, BBC Wildlife Magazine is essential reading for anyone with a passion for wildlife who wants to understand, experience and enjoy nature more.

Each issue is packed with fascinating features written by wildlife our experts, discussion of the latest conservation and environmental issues, award-winning photography, quizzes and competitions plus much more.

The photographs are in alphabetical order by photographer surname. You may only choose one image - trust us we know it's difficult!

Click on each image to see a full size version, to vote for an image click on the little circle below the photo and then enter your name and email address (just in case there are any problems nothing else) at the bottom of the page, you may also add any comments for us to pass onto the photographers or for CJS perhaps reasons why you chose this particular image. And don't forget to click the Vote now button!

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Young moorhen by James Adler


   

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Thistle by David Baker


   

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Daytime pipestrelle bat by Kim Bliss


   

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Frosty reservoir, Peak District by Alannah Bolton


   

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"Diner", young robin by Adrian Button


   

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"Snack Break", bank vole by Ade Dangerfield


   

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Tree planting in Glen Affric by Sandy Davidson

   

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Favourite bridleway in Suffolk by Charlotte Ditchburn


   

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Dragonflies at Hill Top Camp Site at Clyst in Exeter by Sue Fleck


   

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Nesting shag on Farne Islands NNR by Kim Gallaher


   

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Stag wading by Val Gall


   

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Tawny Owl by Val Gall


   

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Atlantic Grey Seal on Horsey Beach in Norfolk by Roseanne Gough


   

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Path building on Isle of Rum NNR by Georgia Hancock


   

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August Country Garden - Coneysthorpe, York by Mathew Harrison


   

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Abandoned building, Shaw Mills by Laura Hartshorn


   

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A full bat box of brown long eared bats by Jon Hayter (licensed bat ecologist)


   

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Woodland walk with views of the Bennachie range by June Jaffrey


   

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Ducklings, Lancaster Canal by John Jones


   

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Lakeland summer by John Jones


   

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Dandelion by Olivia Masi


   

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Here to Help by Olivia Masi


   

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Solitary bee (Andrena haemorrhoa) on gorse flowers, at Irvine in Ayrshire by Marco McGinty


   

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Bothy at Harris on Isle of Rum by Isabella Miles


   

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Bee in meadowsweet at Smallbrook Meadows in Warminster by Rebecca Morris


   

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Rabbit in the long grass of a community garden in Rye, East Sussex by Anna Pole


   

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Snowdrops by Sara Rocha


   

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The sunset over fields between Wentworth and Elsecar in South Yorkshire by Nicholas Shepherd


   

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Wren in Lincolnshire by Emily Summerlin


   

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Hairy tree stump near Loch Ness, Scotland by Darren Towers


   

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Exmoor ponies being released back onto Greenham and Crookham Common by Adrian Wallington


   

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Poplar Hawk Moth, Croxteth Park by Chloe Winterbottom


   

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Wildflower meadow in Huntingdon by Doug Woodward


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