Wildlife photo winners announced

Last updated at 13:34
Frog in the rainKyle Moore/BWPA/www.bwpawards.co.uk
This photo of a frog in the rain taken by 16-year-old Kyle Moore from Suffolk scooped the prize for 12-18 year olds.

A picture of a frog sitting in the rain has won one of the top awards for wildlife photographers.

16-year-old Kyle Moore from Suffolk won the 12-18 year old category at the British Wildlife Photography Awards with his image.

The under-12s prize was won by 10-year-old Max Eve's photo of a blue-tailed damselfly.

Meadowbrook Primary School's Year 5 in Bristol won the schools award for their photos of wildflowers and insects.

Blue-tailed damselflyMax Eve/BWPA/www.bwpawards.co.uk
10-year-old Max Eve from Northumberland won the Under 12s prize with his photo of a blue-tailed damselfly.
Bee on a flowerMeadowBrookPrimarySchool/BWPA/www.bwpawards.co.uk
The School Award went to Year 5 at Meadowbrook Primary School in Bristol for their photos of wildflowers and insects.
Seabirds nesting in Shetland, ScotlandBarrie Williams/BWPA/www.bwpawards.co.uk
The top prize overall in the British Wildlife Photography Awards went to Barrie Williams for his photo of seabirds nesting in Shetland, Scotland.
Lizard on a treeWilliam Harvey/BWPA/www.bwpawards.co.uk
William Harvey won the Animal Portraits category with his photo of a lizard on a tree in Surrey.