The world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition returns to the Royal Ontario Museum for its sixth year starting Dec. 1.
This perennial favourite for museum visitors of all ages features 100 new and awe-inspiring photographs that depict striking wildlife, stunning landscapes and the remarkable beauty of our biodiversity.
Organized by the Natural History Museum in London, England, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition attracts tens of thousands of submissions from photographers of all ages and skill levels. Selected by an international jury, the exhibition showcases the winners and category finalists.
The ROM will present a slate of inspiring programs to complement the exhibition, including a ROMSpeaks keynote lecture by National Geographic wildlife photographer Brian Skerry on Dec. 4.
The ROM is at 100 Queen’s Park, at the corner of Avenue Road and Bloor Street West.
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