2020 Photo of the Year candidates

The winner was Nigel Sprowell's Sedge Warbler

Voting for the Photo of the Year is now closed. Photos were taken by Cambridgeshire Bird Club members and voting is open to members only. All members can vote once, and voters have 10 points to distribute among up to 3 photos, in any combination, e.g. all 10 for one, 5 each for two joint-favourites, or 5, 3, 2 or 7, 2, 1 or whatever a member wants. Please send your votes to chairman@cambridgebirdclub.org.uk (include the reference letter and species name). Included among the twenty-six candidates are eligible Pictures of the Month. The competition is promoted on this website and on social media.

The photo with the highest points at the end of the competition wins a book token, presented at the AGM on 12th March. Again, based on points received, there is a runner up and also a third place. The top three photos will be published in the 2020 Cambridgeshire Bird Report.

Voting closes on 8th March

A Barn Owl

B Bearded Tit

C Cattle Egret

D Cetti's Warbler

E Common Tern

F Cuckoo

G Glossy Ibis

H Grasshopper Warbler

I Great Crested Grebe

J Grey Wagtail

K Little Egret

L Long-eared Owl

M Long-tailed Tit

N Oystercatcher

O Peregrine

P Red Kite

Q Sedge Warbler

R Short-eared Owl

S Starling (adult)

T Starling (juvenile)

U Starling (murmuration)

V Stonechat

W Tundra Bean Goose

X Whinchat

Y Whooper Swans (in flight)

Z Whooper Swan (on farmland)