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Scottish Nature Video Award 2023


Scottish Nature Video Award 2023 logo


The Scottish Nature Video Award 2022 invited entries of video taken in Scotland by professional or amateur filmmakers from around the world. The video had to be on a nature, wildlife or landscape theme and filmed in Scotland.

1st Place: Libby Penman – The King of the Kelvin



The King of the Kelvin © Libby Penman

Libby said: "I'm very chuffed with the 1st place in the video category. Thanks so much!! The sequence I put together, The King of the Kelvin, features a kingfisher in Glasgow. This merely 15cm tall, lightning-quick, wee bird was my wildlife arch nemesis for a long time...

"So after many failed attempts, it was just great to finally start getting photos and video clips I was happy with. I've spent so much time watching and filming this bird that now, when I spot it along the river, it's actually like running into an old friend. So I'm very glad the judges enjoyed the footage, and I hope other people will too!"

Judge Eilidh Cameron said: "Libby's video had lovely storytelling, which we enjoyed. It was beautifully shot and the perfect example of simplicity in film." 


2nd place - Andy S Hayes – Woody, Twiggy and Chip Click here to view video

3rd place - Andy S Hayes – Swallows Return 2023 Click here to view video


Shortlisted:

Alastair Swan


Environmental category
Natural Abstract category
Scottish Botanical category
Scottish Landscape - The Land category
Scottish Landscape - Sea & Coast category
Scottish Landscape - Urban Greenspace category
Scottish Wildlife Behaviour category
Scottish Wildlife Portrait category
Junior category
Student category
Scottish Nature Video Award 2023