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Winners and Finalists in Mammal’s Photography Category FTY 2013

Winners and Finalists in Mammal's Photography Category FTY 2013

The Mammal Society provides to study, preserve and educate the conservation of British mammals, including through a photo contest annual tended to focus on all species that go unnoticed in the eyes of all.

The annual Mammal Society competition 2013 is held association of photographers who are keen not just taking pictures of nature, and particularly mammals of the world. We offer you a list not only the winners, but the finalists.

1st place: Soaring rat by Roy Rimmer

Soaring rat by Roy Rimmer

2nd place: “Funny Fox” by Julie Milne

Funny Fox by Julie Milne

3rd. Mouse and Berries by Gary Cox

Mouse and Berries by Gary Cox

4th: The photo is the winner of the Audience Choice Award. Deer fog photo by Becky Cartwright

Deer fog photo by Becky Cartwright

5. “The water vole” by Alex Berryman is the winner of the category “Up to 18 years

The water vole by Berryman Alex

6. Dolphins of the Firth of Forth by Alessandro Oggioni is the winner of the category “Up to 18 years

Dolphins of the Firth of Forth by Alessandro Oggioni

Finalists in Mammal’s Photography Category FTY 2013

1. “Funny young weasels” by Joel Walley

“Funny young weasels” by Joel Walley

“Passeriformes festivities” by Harry Martin

“Passeriformes festivities” by Harry Martin

“Surfer” by Tim Hunt

Surfer Photo by Tim Hunt

“In Richmond Park” by Richard Fisher

"In Richmond Park" by Richard Fisher

“Grey seals” by Tom McDonnell

"Grey seals" by Tom McDonnell

“Forest mouse” by Keith Williamson

"Forest mouse" by Keith Williamson

“The Bread Winner” by David Gibbon

"The Bread Winner" by David Gibbon

High marks

Winners and Finalists of the Contest “Mammal Photographer of the Year 2013” Winners and Finalists of the Contest “Mammal Photographer of the Year 2013”

See you at the next contest.

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