Step into a world of awe-inspiring beauty and raw emotion with the 2024 World Nature Photography Awards. This prestigious event celebrates the unparalleled talent of photographers who capture the essence of our planet’s natural wonders.

From breathtaking landscapes to intimate wildlife encounters, each winning image serves as a testament to the photographer’s skill and dedication. Witness the tender bond between a mother elephant and her calf or the heart-stopping moment as a cheetah hunts its prey, reminding us of the delicate balance of life in our precious, yet endangered, ecosystems.

Founded on the belief that photography has the power to inspire positive change, the World Nature Photography Awards encourage us to see the world through a new lens. These captivating photographs not only transport us to remote corners of the globe but also ignite a sense of responsibility to safeguard our planet’s biodiversity.

As we marvel at the beauty captured in these images, let us also heed the call to action. Together, we can make a difference by becoming stewards of the environment, protecting endangered species, and preserving the natural habitats that make our world so extraordinary. Let the World Nature Photography Awards serve as a beacon of hope and inspiration for generations to come.

Gold Winner And Grand Prize Of World Nature Photographer Of The Year: Tracey Lund
Animal Behavior – Silver: Laskshitha Karunarathhna, Sri Lanka
Animal Portraits – Gold: Nicolas Remy, Australia
Animal Portraits – Silver: Michael Stavrakakis, Australia
Animal Portraits – Bronze: Partha Roy, Singapore
Behaviour Mammals – Gold: Alex Brackx, Belgium
Behaviour Mammals – Bronze: Lukas Walter, Switzerland
Behaviour Amphibians and reptiles – Gold: John Seager, United Kingdom
Behaviour Amphibians and reptiles – Silver: Karthik Ak, USA
Plants and Fungi – Gold: Chatree Lertsintanakorn, Thailand
Plants and Fungi – Silver: Dr Martin Stevens, United Kingdom
Plants and Fungi – Bronze: Radoslav Sviretsov, Bulgaria
Underwater – Gold: Andy Schmid, Switzerland
Underwater – Silver: Philip Hamilton, United Kingdom
Underwater – Bronze: Giovanni Crisafulli, Italy
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