Defenders of Wildlife Fifth Annual Photo Contest is now accepting entries. The grand prize winner will enjoy a week-long photo tour of Yellowstone national park, courtesy of Defenders of Wildlife and Jess Lee Photo Tours.
The contest has two categories: wild lands and imperiled wildlife. We are looking for outstanding photographs of wild habitat and imperiled species that highlight the beauty and wonder of life in North America.
To be eligible for judging in the 2014 contest, photos must be of wild North American landscapes and wildlife that is state or federally listed as endangered, threatened or a candidate for listing. We are particularly interested in images of our 25 key species and 15 focal landscapes. You can reference the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website for federally listed endangered, threatened and candidate species at www.fws.gov/endangered.
Contest Prize & TERMS
The other prize winners will receive gift certificates to B&H Photo Video in New York. The first-prize winner in each category will receive a $750 gift certificate, the second prize winner in each category will receive a $250 gift certificate, and the third prize winner in each category will receive a $75 gift certificate.
ELIGIBILITY: USA / 18+
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COPYRIGHT: You will retain the copyright and all other rights to photographs you submit except for those rights specifically listed below
USAGE RIGHTS: You are granting Defenders of Wildlife a non-exclusive, irrevocable, royalty-free license to publish the photographs you enter in editorial, educational, promotional and other uses. All published photographs will be credited with the caption "© Photographer's Name."
Your photo may be cropped, silhouetted, faded or overprinted with other graphic elements. You also grant Defenders of Wildlife the right to use your name in connection with the photograph as well as in promotions and other publications associated with the contest. At Defenders of Wildlife, we have the utmost respect for photography. If you are concerned about how your photograph will be reproduced, please contact us.