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Deadline: 15th September 2009
Entry Fee: Free


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Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition

wildlifencThe fifth annual Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition seeks outstanding photos of North Carolina’s wild animals, plants and landscapes. Enter photos in any of 10 categories (two categories are for youth photographers only). Whether you are a resident or a visitor, show us your best photos of North Carolina’s natural resources. Enter online at www.ncwildlife.org/contest.

Photos will be judged in 10 categories:

  • Birds
  • Mammals
  • Reptiles and Amphibians
  • Invertebrates
  • Peaks, Valleys and Plains: Our landscape category.
  • Wild Plants: Wild-growing plants only, including their flowers, leaves, fruits and other parts. Absolutely no cultivated plants will be accepted. Mushrooms and other fungi should be entered in this category.
  • Outdoor Recreation: Show how people interact with North Carolina’s natural world through activities that are inextricably linked to nature, such as hunting, fishing, hiking, rock climbing or canoeing.
  • Animal Behavior: Anything animals do, from everyday activities to interactions with other animals to unusual behavior.
  • Youth Photographer, 13–17: Any of the above subjects, shot by photographers under 18.
  • Youth Photographer, 12 and under: Any of the above subjects, shot by children 12 and younger.
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Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: Grand prize: $200 plus photo published on the cover of the magazine; $200 gift card from Great Outdoor Provision Co. First prize: $100 plus publication; $100 gift card from Great Outdoor Provision Co. Second prize: $75 plus publication; $75 gift card from Great Outdoor Provision Co. Third prize: $50 plus publication; $50 gift card from Great Outdoor Provision Co. ELIGIBILITY: Photos taken in North Carolina only Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: Winners and runners-up will have their photos printed in Wildlife in North Carolina magazine but retain all rights to their photos. We reserve the right to use submitted photos to promote the competition.

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