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September 2017


1,2,3 Snap your Woodland Photography Competition winners

Thank you for choosing your favourite photographs on Facebook from the 1, 2, 3 Snap your Woodland Photography Competition. We were looking for a winning photograph from each category - woodland plants and fungi, woodland wildlife and woodland scenes.  Based on your votes we have one winner, Danny King, whose photograph for each category had the most votes; with his woodland scene photograph getting the highest number of votes - 39 votes. So congratulations Danny, you have won a Bat Conservation Trust membership for one year. 

Woodland Scene

Woodland Wildlife


Woodland plants and fungi

Runners up

As we only had one winner for all three categories, prizes were given to the photographers whose photographs had the next highest number of votes in the plants and fungi and  wildlife categories.

For the woodland wildlife category, Jeanette Fenwick’s common blue damselfly photograph had 25 votes. She wins a one year membership to the Bat Conservation Trust.

Woodland Wildlife

For the woodland plants and fungi category, Molly Whymark’s fly agaric photograph taken at Swanton Nover National Nature Reserve had 21 votes. She wins a one year membership to the Young Batworkers' Club.

Woodland plants and fungi

                                                    Congratulations to everyone. 


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