Winners Pictures

Mammal Society photographer of the year 2016 - winners in pictures

Polecat by Richard Bowler Winner of the Mammals on our Doorstep category Taken in north Wales
  • Polecat by Richard Bowler.
    Winner of the Mammals on our Doorstep category.
    Taken in north Wales.

    Photograph: Richard Bowler/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Surfing the weir by Paul Dibben.
    Runner-up photo in the Mammals on our Doorstep category.
    Taken taken on the river Stour.
    ‘As the otter moved toward the weir at the far side I quickly made my way along the bank until I was level with the weir, getting low down I managed to get a great angle as the otter summited it. The photo really shows how sleek the otters are, perfectly suited to their watery environment.’

    Photograph: Paul Dibben/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Red Dawn by Mark Eastment
    Winning photograph of the Mammals in our Landscapes category.
    Red deer rutting in Ashton Court park, Bristol, as the sun rises above the mist.

    Photograph: Mark Eastment/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Surfing the weir by Paul Dibben Runner-up photo in the Mammal on our Doorstep category. Taken taken on the river Stour. ‘As the otter moved toward the weir at the far side I quickly made my way along the bank until I was level with the weir, getting low down I managed to get a great angle as the otter summited it. The photo really shows how sleek the otters are, perfectly suited to their watery environment.’

    Urban red fox living in a cemetery by Richard Bowler, runner-up in the Mammals in our Landscapes category.

    Photograph: Richard Bowler/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Brown hares by Martin Clay.
    Highly commended in the Mammals in our Landscapes category.

    Photograph: 2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Catch of the day by Paul Dibben.
    Winner of the A Brief Encounter category.
    ‘This male otter appeared from nowhere and quickly started fishing in the fast-flowing current of the swollen winter river. My brother alerted me when he surfaced with a huge fish. I could not believe the size of his catch, its head being nearly as large as the otters, the fish was later confirmed to be a very large chub.’

    Photograph: Paul Dibben/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Bank vole by Sarah Darnell.
    Runner-up in the A Brief Encounter category.
    ‘I have been joined by one brave little vole, who I have nicknamed Little Jack Horner, who is now bold enough to sit in the corner of my hide space and tuck into a fresh plum or two.’

    Photograph: Sarah Darnell/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Red Dawn by Mark Eastment Winning photograph of the Mammals in our Landscapes category. Red deer rutting in Ashton Court Park Bristol as the sun rises above the mist.

    Sitting hare by Alex White.
    Winner of Young Photographer category aged 15 and under.
    ‘Even though I spend a long time creeping on my belly to get closer to the hares they still manage to hear me a long way off. This one stopped eating to look to see if I was a threat. You can see its muscles ready to run at any moment.’

    Photograph: Alex White/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Fox by Kyle Moore.
    Winner of the Young Photographer of the Year aged 16 to 18 category.

    Photograph: Kyle Moore/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Roe doe by Dan Rushton.
    Shortlisted for exhibition.
    ‘After spending the evening photographing fox cubs in Dorset, I headed home through a field that had yet to be cut for hay when a doe popped up a head of me and leapt through the long grass. The sun had all but set behind her so I underexposed the shot and composed place her to the left of the frame to allow her some room to leap across the photograph.’

    Photograph: Dan Rushton/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Mountain Hares in the Cairngorms by Martin Dennys. Shortlisted for exhibition

    Photograph: 2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

  • Red deer by Emma Simpson-Wells.
    Exhibition photo.
    ‘When I woke up to snow in January this year I immediately grabbed my camera and headed to find the infamous deer of Wollaton. It never ceases to amaze me how these beautiful mammals can be living in the middle of Nottingham, just a brick wall away from busy main roads and the bustling campus. On this snowy day they were hiding away from the paths on top of the golf course and I took this picture of them silhouetted in the distance.’

    Photograph: Emma Simpson-Wells/2016 Mammal Society photographer of the Year

Richard Bowler Runner-up in the Mammals in our Landscapes category. An urban red fox living in a cemetery in the UK. Brown hares by Martin Clay Highly commended in the Mammals in our Landscapes category. Catch of the day by Paul Dibben Winner of the A Brief Encounter category. ‘This male otter appeared from nowhere and quickly started fishing in the fast-flowing current of the swollen winter river. My brother alerted me when he surfaced with a huge fish. I could not believe the size of his catch, its head being nearly as large as the otters, the fish was later confirmed to be a very large chub.’ Bank vole by Sarah Darnell Runner-up in the A Brief Encounter category. ‘I have been joined by one brave little vole, who I have nicknamed Little Jack Horner, who is now bold enough to sit in the corner of my hide space and tuck into a fresh plum or two.’
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