Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year
- Exhibition – Temporary exhibition; open now
This beautiful photo exhibition is back again, this time in its fifth edition, presenting the winners of the 2013 Canadian Geographic Wildlife Photography of the Year contest.
Enjoy amazing shots of mammals, birds, insects and amphibians, as seen through the lenses of experienced and budding Canadian photographers. Observe as well some of the impressive geological formations that make up the landscapes of Canada.
These must-see photos give you a window on Canada's wildlife and wild places:
- a Rufous Hummingbird feeds on honeysuckle
- a Great Gray Owl hunts for voles
- a grizzly bear drinks mountain runoff water
- a 70-metre-tall, awe-inspiring, stone and clay formation towers in a Saskatchewan valley
- and more.
Let your imagination travel across this vast land, as you appreciate the diversity and vulnerability of nature's wonders.
Cost: Included with museum admission.
May 16 – September 1, 2014
The exhibition may be closed occasionally for short periods because of special events.
Check the schedule upon your arrival at the museum.
This exhibition is produced by the Canadian Museum of Nature in partnership with Canadian Geographic.