Dash to the Finish Line in Our Photo Competition

The heat is on: EuroNatur is calling on all nature photographers to submit their top five pictures of Europe's fascinating natural world by 31st March 2017.

Be on the lookout for great subjects - like this midwife toad © João Petronilho

Set out to capture the most beautiful, awe-inspiring or bizarre images of wildlife, plants and landscapes in Europe. Entering the "European Treasures of Nature" competition is free and attractive prizes await the winners.

Need some inspiration? Take in the best entries of last year's competition: The 12 winning photos along with 20 outstanding runners-up are available as an photo gallery on the EuroNatur website.

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