Wildlife photography exhibit set to dazzle again

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Photographers are now being urged to get clicking as the clock runs down for entries in a wildlife contest. Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, a Conservation charity, is looking for snaps that concentrate on the county’s wild places and wildlife.

The winning snaps would feature in 2015 calendar of the Trust. Trust’s communications manager Wendy Carter told that last year was a real bumper year with three hundred and fifty snaps clicked by more than sixty local photographers. They were constantly impressed by the photographs’ quality as well as the range of subjects that are captured. Last year, they saw everything from owls to dragonflies to wildflowers to rainbows.

Following the success of a similar contest in Manchester, supported by a local Manchester deals firm, the contest is open to all; and, the calendar would feature snaps which highlight the diversity of wildlife throughout Worcestershire, and the range of places that attracts wildlife.

Wendy Carter also added that Worcestershire is a great county; they have got magnificent countryside as well as some fabulous wildlife species. Most people relish watching wildlife in their gardens, villages, local parks and other green spaces. Wherever readers watch wildlife, they would encourage them to keep a camera handy to make sure they capture the action.

A whole lot of previous year’s winners were clicked by people at their gardens or by people who were on their normal business. It just goes to show how they could all do something in their own gardens to serve wildlife and how wildlife is all around is if they just stop to look.

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