Each year, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year is held where the entrants’ photographs are judged by a jury which includes Kathy Moran, senior editor at National Geographic.
This year, the grand title was taken home by Don Gutoski for “A Tale of Two Foxes” taken in Wapusk National Park in Manitoba, Canada. It captures a deadly conflict between red and Arctic foxes. Editor Kathy Moran calls the photograph, “one of the strongest single storytelling photographs I have ever seen.” Nevertheless, all submitted shots are spectacular and a treat to view.
The winning photographs, some of which can be seen below, will be exhibited Natural History Museum in London starting October 16th, 2015. Check ’em out!