We have so many talented photographers here on the North Shore, and there’s a contest that you NEED to enter!
The Natural History Museum hosts a Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest every year. The entries this year are STUNNING!
An unusual duo, this bear cub and juvenile eagle were captured by photographer Jeroen Hoekendijk in the depths of the temperate rainforest of Anan in Alaska.
— Wildlife Photographer of the Year (@NHM_WPY) December 6, 2021
On a trip to document the devastating bushfires, Jo-Anne McArthur of @WeAnimals had just enough time to crouch down and capture this kangaroo and her joey before they hopped away.
— Wildlife Photographer of the Year (@NHM_WPY) December 2, 2021
You can check out the full gallery of photos here.
Unfortunately, the contest is closed for this year, but keep it in mind for next year. We have so many talented photographers here, so let’s show off!