By Tristan Harris Thursday 08 August 2013 Updated: 09/08 09:36
A PHOTOGRAPHER from Studley will have his picture included in the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust's new calendar.
Peter Preece's 'wren in garden' image has been selected to represent April in the 2014 edition, after almost 350 photographs by 60 snappers were submitted to this year's contest to find pictures of the county's much-loved wildlife and places.
Each month features an A4 sized print of one of the 12 winning images, along with two smaller runner-up entries.
Wendy Carter, the trust's communications manager, said: “We’ve been absolutely bowled over by this year’s images - not just by the sheer quantity of entries but also by the spectacular quality.
"For the first time this year we opened out the competition to include all of Worcestershire rather than just our nature reserves.
"The entries have really demonstrated what an incredible diversity of wildlife and habitats we have throughout our wonderful county - from meadows to woodlands and birds to damselflies."
The calendar is on sale now.
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