Top twelve Sussex wildlife photographs now on display in the Booth Museum

27 January 2020 | Posted in wildlife photography
Top twelve Sussex wildlife photographs now on display in the Booth Museum
I Love Lichen © Natasha Clark

Sussex Wildlife Trust is pleased to announce that all 12 wildlife photographs shortlisted from over 600 entries for the 2019 photography competition are now on display in the Booth Museum of Natural History in Dyke Road, Brighton.

The stunning selection, sent in by photographers from East and West Sussex, include Roe Deer, Little Owlets, a Vole, a Hare, as well as both marine and woodland landscapes. All feature in Sussex Wildlife Trust’s 2020 online calendar, available to download monthly from sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk

The Booth Museum is located at 194 Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 5AA. Entry is free, and opening times are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10am-5pm (closed 12-1.15pm), Sunday 2-5pm. It is closed on Thursdays.

Weevil Wonder PaulBoyland

Weevil © Paul Boyland

Misty Oak LordsPiece StuartEast

Misty Oak © Stuart East

Little Owlets PeterBrooks

Little Owletts © Peter Brook

Hare Racer SeanStones

Hare © Sean Stones

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