Wildlife World is asking the UK's nature lovers to send in their seasonal snaps of local wildlife in its latest photo competition.
The wildlife experts are creating a Wildlife World 2017 calendar and will be selecting 12 winning images to feature, with the best five winning individual prizes.
As an added bonus, the company are offering a 10% discount voucher code* for each entry received for its online store, where customers can choose from a wide selection of bird feeders and nesters, bee nesters, insect hotels, hedgehog homes and many more wildlife habitats, feeders and accessories.
The 12 month calendar will be available to buy at £7.99 each from December 2016, with all profits made being sent to the Bristol Children's Hospital and the Simon King Wildlife Project.
Wildlife World will be selecting five winners of the best photograph, with first prize winning a Premium Camera Nest Box system, worth £160 and will be awarded with the Wildlife World Photographer of the Year trophy.
Four runners up will receive a Wildlife World Urban nest box and feeder, worth £50.
How to enter
1. Take a photograph of any wildlife species, for example, garden birds, bees, ladybirds, butterflies, hedgehogs, or other insects or small mammals.
2. Send your high resolution photograph to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line '2017 Calendar Competition' by 31st August 2016.
3. Once your submission is received you will be sent a 10% discount code to be redeemed at www.wildlifeworld.co.uk
4. The top 5 winners will be announced on Wildlife World UK's Facebook profile on 1st November 2016.
5. The Wildlife World calendar will be available to buy from mid-November 2016 - keep an eye out and don't forget to buy your copy!
Wildlife World's Premium Camera Nest Box, awarded to the first prize winner, offers exclusive live footage of nesting garden birds. The large nest box, made from durable FSC certified timber, is suitable for all species of small birds and can be placed anywhere in the garden. The camera is connected to a television or computer** using the 30m cable provided and operates in high quality colour during daylight and switches to black and white in low light or darkness. The multi-use camera can be removed from the bird box and placed in other wildlife habitats for observation, including hedgehog houses, bat boxes and insect houses, or can be used indoors for domestic pet surveillance.
The four runners up will receive Wildlife World's award winning Urban bird feeder and nest box, which like the Premium nest box attracts all species of small garden birds. Designed to accommodate birds in areas where natural food sources and habitats are hard to find, the ultra-modern range offers a contemporary and stylish twist to traditional bird products to match the urban environment.
Further information and full terms and conditions are available from Wildlife World on 01666 505333, by emailing email@example.com or by visiting the company's website at www.wildlifeworld.co.uk