Outdoor

Lions, Tigers, and … Oh Boy: The Comedy Wildlife Awards Are Right here

Ayala Fishaimer With “Tough Negotiations”; photo copyright: The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020

Each year, Comedy Wildlife hosts an online photography competition featuring some of the funniest animal encounters in nature.

2020’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is now live, and we are very excited to see the finalists. It’s simple: Photographers capture funny photos and submit them with (even funnier) captions. Then judges vote. The result? A fantastic display of photography skills, sheer luck, “oh no” moments, and hilarious scrolling.

Visit the Comedy Wildlife website to see the full album and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award.

Comedy Wildlife Finalists

This year’s finalist photos include animals like baboons, otters, lions, penguins, and more. Photographers captured these photos all over the world — from Israel to Virginia to South Africa.

Eric Fisher With ‘Hi Y’all!’

Eric Fisher Comedy bear standing photoPhoto copyright: The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020

Asaf Sereth With ‘Surprise Smiles’

Asaf Sereth Surprise SmilesPhoto copyright: The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020

Kay Kotzian With ‘I think this tire’s gonna be flat…’

Kay Kotzian bears with truck photoPhoto copyright: The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020

Left: Brigitte Alcalay-Marcon With ‘Crashing into the Picture’                       Right: Mark Fitzpatrick With ‘Untitled Turtle’

comedy wildlife photo awards 2020Photo copyright: The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020

Megan Lorenz With ‘Monkey Business’

Megan Lorenz with Monkey BusinessPhoto copyright: The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020

Comedy Wildlife will announce winners on October 22 at a virtual awards night. Don’t forget to cast your vote before then. Winning photographers will receive awesome prizes like a Z6 Nikon camera, a safari trip, and more.

Comedy Wildlife doesn’t just host photo contests — it also works really hard promoting conservation efforts in wild places. For ideas on how to shop local and conserve and protect wild animals and places, visit the Comedy Wildlife website.

Scott Sports Heroes film series

Ride the Saddle, Not the Couch: Tips to Get Kids Outside

Scott Sports’s latest film series is a great reminder to parents: get those kids off the couch and outdoors. What better way to do that than with a bike? Read more…

Mary Murphy

By Mary Murphy

Mary is based out of GearJunkie’s Denver, CO office. Her outdoor interests span from climbing to landscape photography to pack-paddleboarding. If she’s not writing, you can most likely find her at the top of a fourteener, or in a local bakery.

Topics: News

Related Articles

Close
Close