Following the success of its younger Wild Writers competition closing 12 months ago, which attracted over three hundred entries, upland wildlife conservation charity Fowl Harrier Motion has today introduced the release of a new opposition aimed toward younger photographers.

The charity’s young Wild Photographer competition is open to all young humans between the a while of 12 and 18, and entries are encouraged to capture the essence of Spring as a season of renewal and reawakening. The judges are seeking pics focusing on flora and fauna, plant and insect existence in the UK. The competition is open till midnight on the 31st of March, and the prevailing entries might be introduced on the charity’s Stay Skydancer Day broadcast through YouTube on Saturday 4th of March.

Triumphing and shortlisted entries may be displayed on the charity’s website and social media channels, and the general winner might be interviewed for the Skydancer Day broadcast.

Hen Harrier movement Co-chair Indy Kiemel Greene, an acquainted face from BBC Springwatch and 8 Out of 10 Bats, stated “Spring is an awesome season whilst I like to spend time within the British nation-state. there are such a lot of visual spectacles to seize the imagination and inspire your photographs, from dew-weighted down spiderwebs in the morning sunlight to the emergence of early butterflies and the welcome go-back of our migrant birds just like the Chiffchaff and Wheatear.”

Young photographers are invited to post their nice picture capturing the topic of Spring renewal, with judging taking place during April, and a first prize of a £300 photography voucher awarded to the general triumphing entry, with a similarly three especially commended images receiving £a hundred vou.

Full info and the competition entry form can be discovered here:

https://www.henharrierday.united kingdom/news/younger-wild-photographer-competition-2024/