Young Indian Wildlife Photographer Won The Best Wildlife Photographer Award

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The title he provided for this photograph isMother’s Little Headful

Udayan Rao Pawar

A 14 year old boy Udayan Rao Pawar of 8th Grade Won the Best Wildlife photographer award for the content organized by BBC in association with UK’s Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide for the following Photo that he clicked at Chambal River Madya Pradesh.

He camped several nights on the banks of river Chambal to get theperfect picture of this female Gharial with its young ones on its head. Gahrial is one of the endangered species of India.Out of 1000’s of images that was submitted for the contest Udayan’s photo is selected as the best. The equipment he used to shoot this award winning picture is Canon EOS 550D with 100-400mm lens.

Udayan won 1500 Ponds as cash price and a free photography course organized by well known wildlife photographer and his dream idol Steve Winter.

By Bala M

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