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Natural History Museum - Spotlight on female wildlife photographers
Wildlife through a lens
Spotlight on female wildlife photographers
In honour of International Women's Day we take a moment to celebrate female photographers in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
Ecologist Jennifer Guyton's image, above, shares a new angle on the relationship between researchers and their subjects - in this case some curious meerkats. Watch Jennifer talk about her image in a #WPYinsights video.
See stunning images of nature taken by some of the world's best wildlife photographers in the current exhibition.
Until 10 September
Online booking recommended
★★★★★ Yet another sensational year - Londonist
★★★★★ A phenomenal showcase of the best in nature photography - Culture Whisper
From the archive
See images from past female Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners, like this image by Bridgena Barnard of a petrified springbok being chased by two cheetahs.
Female photographers share their thoughts on the wildlife photography industry in the most recent WPY blog.
Win a trip to Kenya and Uganda
We've teamed up with Abercrombie & Kent and Sanctuary Retreats to offer you the chance to win an unforgettable seven-day safari for two.
Take the exhibition home with you. From notebooks to wall prints, we’ve everything you need to inspire your inner photographer.
See the exhibition for free
See Wildlife Photographer of the Year as many times as you like for free as a Museum Member.