Bird Photographer of the Year - Bird Photographer of the Year: Collection 7 (Bird Photographer of the Year)

By Bird Photographer of the Year, Foreword by Steve Backshall

The very best photographs from Bird Photographer of the Year.

The Bird Photographer of the Year competition celebrates the artistry of bird photography, and this beautiful book reflects this. A celebration of avian beauty and diversity, it is a tribute to both the dedication and passion of the photographers as well as a reflection of the quality of today’s modern digital imaging systems.

The book includes the winning and short-listed images from the seventh year of this annual competition, showcasing some of the finest bird photography and with a foreword by birdwatcher and explorer, Steve Backshall. A proportion of the profits from the book goes directly to Birds on the Brink to support their conservation work.

The advent of digital technology has revolutionised photography in recent years, and the book brings to life some of the most stunning bird photography currently on offer. It features a vast variety of photographs by hardened pros, keen amateurs and hobbyists alike, reflecting the huge diversity of bird enthusiasts and nature lovers which is so important in ensuring their conservation and survival.

Format: Hardback
Release Date: 15 Sep 2022
Pages: 256
ISBN: 978-0-00-854757-8
The Bird Photographer of the Year judging panel consists of some of the world’s leading photographers and bird conservationists. Every year they whittle tens of thousands of photographs down to what they consider is the very best bird photograph taken that year. Some of the proceeds from the competition and sale of this book are donated to Birds on the Brink.

”Review of Volume 6 (2021)'Treat yourself to the latest lavish round-up of the best of the competition’s entries … [with] an excellent foreword by comedian and birder Bill Bailey … One to enjoy at your leisure over the long winter nights” - Bird Watching magazine

”Review of Volume 5 (2019)'Even if you don’t know your corncrakes from your cornflakes, you’ll still be entranced.” - Irish Independent Review