Bird photographer of the year exhibition returns to Cley
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A free exhibition of the best bird photographs from around the world is on show in north Norfolk.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT) Cley and Salthouse Marshes is exhibiting the winning entries from the Bird Photographer of the Year (BPOTY) 2019 Competition.
The exhibition is touring just three UK locations, with Cley serving as its final destination.
A total of 31 dynamic images including the overall winner make up the exhibition of international photographers' work, with pictures taken at locations all over the globe.
Ewan Carr, Cley Marshes visitor centre manager, said: "To be able to pair this experience with a visit to the nature reserve is very special, and we hope that it will inspire both new and regular visitors to look at wildlife in Norfolk in a fresh light."
The exhibition is on display from 10am to 5pm in the Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre until November 1.
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