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National Wildlife’s Photo Contest

It’s time again for National Wildlife’s Photo Contest. The magazine invites you to enter your favorite images in its 39th annual competition.

This is its biggest contest ever: Cash prizes totaling $25,000 plus other gifts will be awarded to winners in Professional, Amateur and Youth divisions, including $5,000 each for two grand prize winners, one professional and one amateur. You can submit as many as 20 images in any combination of the following seven categories:

Birds: portraits and behavior

Mammals: portraits and behavior

Other Wildlife: portraits and behavior (includes underwater life, reptiles, amphibians, insects and more)

Backyard Habitats: wild creatures, native plants and natural settings in your yard

Connecting People and Nature: people enjoying the outdoors

Landscapes and Plant Life: scenic views and native plants in wild settings

Global Warming and Wildlife: portraits and behavior of specific species affected by global warming (complete list of species at http://www.nwf.org/photozone/categories.cfm).

● $25,000 in Cash Prizes

● Two $5,000 Grand Prizes

● Pro, Amateur and Youth Divisions

● Submit up to 20 Photos

● 7 Categories

● Free One-Year NWF Membership and

Subscription to National Wildlife

The deadline for all submissions is July 20, 2009. For more details about the categories, the rules, how to submit your photos and other information, go to http://www.nwf.org/photozone/enterphotocontest.cfm.

Comments

robin andrea said…
Thanks for the info, dave. I have a few bobcat photos I might submit.
Dave said…
You ladies are welcome and good luck!