In pictures: Mammal photo winnersPublished6 March 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage captionThe Mammal Society's Mammal Photographer of the Year 2013 finalists have been announced. The winner was Roy Rimmer with his Jumping Ratimage captionJulie Milne's Licking Fox won second prize. The competition remit was to capture images that told a story, showed rare behaviour, animals in a fragile environment, or made the ordinary extraordinaryimage captionGary Cox's Wood mouse with a blackberry snatched third placeimage captionAlex Berryman was an under 18 winner with his water voleimage captionAlessandro Oggioni was also an under 18 winner with his Leaping Dolphins. The bottlenose dolphins were photographed in the Firth of Forthimage captionBex Cartwright was the member winner with her Roe buck in fogimage captionRichard Fisher's image of a red deer in Richmond Park was highly commendedimage captionDavid Gibbon's Fox with lunch was also highly commendedimage captionA grey squirrel searching for nuts won Mark Fox a commendationimage captionTom McDonnell's Grey seals laughing was highly commended. The seals were photographed at Rathlin Island in Northern Irelandimage captionAlso highly commended was Harry Martin's Weasel chasing sparrows. The scene was photographed at RSPB Rainham Marshesimage captionJoel Walley was highly commended for an image of two stoats at Conwy estuary in North Walesimage captionAustin Thomas' highly commended Leaping squirrel was taken in the Cairngorms National Parkimage captionTim Hunt was highly commended for his common seal in surf. He captured the image at Godrevy in Cornwallimage captionKate Williamson was highly commended for this shot called Oh no, you got me. The wood mouse was photographed at Kindrogan Field Studies centre in Perthshire. Ian Wade was also commended for his image called Urban foxRelated Internet LinksMammal SocietyThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.