15 August – 20 September 2009
A highly acclaimed, prestigious exhibition showcasing stunning wildlife images to coincide with Liverpool’s 2009 Year of Environment, this exhibition will highlight some of the world’s most endangered species.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year photographic competition is run annually by the Natural History Museum in London as well as the BBC’s Wildlife magazine. The shortlisted entries as well as winners in specific categories make up this wonderful display. The exhibition will run for five weeks, entry is free and there are great activities for the kids. A fantastic opportunity to see some of the most wonderful images of our planet’s wildlife in action in your Cathedral.
Whilst here, experience the thrill of seeing live owls and hawks in the cathedral on the opening day of 15th August from 10am until 3pm and again on the Bank Holiday Monday from 1pm until 4pm, including a European owl with a 6 foot wingspan – an experience not to be missed.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition is owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine.
‘Snowstorm Leopard’ Steve Winter