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A chaffinch with a nut
Can you take a shot like this?

In the picture?

Do you love photographing wildlife? Then we want to hear from you - and you could win a great prize.

Think first....

There are some rules and restrictions about where you can photograph wild animals and rare plants so do check first, and make sure any animal feeds you use, including nuts, are suitable for wildlife.  For instance, do not use salted peanuts.

Inside Out, your local BBC documentary show, is looking for your great wildlife shots.

Send us your best wildlife shot; we'll judge them and the winner will get their own masterclass with John Devries.

You can see how Inside Out presenter Kaddy Lee-Preston fared when she went out for a masterclass with expert John Devries. Just follow the video link on this page.

The competition is open to people over the age of 18 who live in the BBC South East region.  The region does not include London.

It is not open to professional photographers.

The prize is a master class with John Devries on a mutually convenient date. 

If you win, you will have to make your own travel arrangements and bear the cost of travel.  The location will be within the South East.

Digital photographs can be submitted on-line via email to southerncounties@bbc.co.uk or you can send print photographs to:  Inside Out, Wildlife, BBC South East, The Great Hall, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1QQ.

We will accept pictures of wildlife - for example - birds, butterflies, insects, mammals, fish,  plants or flowers but not just landscapes.

Closing date for competition:  Monday, 25th September. 

There are some rules and restrictions about where you can photograph wild animals and rare plants so do check first, and make sure any animal feeds you use, including nuts, are suitable for wildlife.  For instance, do not use salted peanuts.

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