Focus for Survival: Life in Lockdown

We have a NEW free-to-enter photography competition. Amidst the uncertainty of the past weeks, we’ve found  solace in the natural world – and hope that you have too. Whether you’ve been getting out for a daily walk, spending time in your garden or admiring Spring blossom on your way to work, we’d like you to help us celebrate the joy of local wildlife and wild spaces.

People’s Choice Vote

At the conclusion of the competition the public will be invited to vote online for their favourite Life in Lockdown image. The winning photographer will receive an Explorers Against Extinction goodie bag and an invitation to our autumn event at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

Life in Lockdown – Our Wild World Captured by You

Your photo should feature a local wild space, wildlife that you’ve seen within the parameters of lockdown or something from the natural world.

What have you seen on your way to work, or while working from home? Spring blossom, birds on the windowsill, bumblebees in the garden or foxes under streetlights? Have you been out walking the dog or enjoying a dose of daily exercise at your local wild space, be it a garden, park, country lane, wood or beach?

Share your images HERE and together lets focus on the healing power of nature.

To find out more about our Focus for Survival Introducing competition and your chance to win a place on our autumn exhibition while supporting conservation at the same time please click here.