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2016 Nature Photography Contest
Part of Jamestown Audubon’s mission is to connect people with nature. The photo contest helps fulfill that mission in two ways: The photographer connects with nature while making images and the viewer becomes inspired to connect with nature by seeing the images.
The purpose of the contest is to give photographers an outlet to share their work and have it judged, while at the same time inspiring others to connect with nature and raising money to support the work of the Audubon Nature Center in Jamestown, New York.
* 2 Divisions – Youth (ages 8 to 18, or still in high school) and Adult (age 18 or older, or out of high school)
* 4 Categories – Landscapes, Plants (includes trees, fungi, lichens, mosses, etc.), Wildlife (animals in their natural habitats), and (NEW!) Jamestown Audubon Nature Center (photos taken in the building or on the grounds that exemplify the Nature Center experience)
* 8 winners
Contest Prize & TERMS
• Cash Prize: $100
• Photos of winners and finalists will be displayed on the contest website along with the photographer's name and city/state/country.
• Jamestown Audubon will make prints of the winning photographs to display at the Nature Center. Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: The photographer retains full copyright to his or her images. USAGE RIGHTS: Participation in the contest requires the contestant to give Jamestown Audubon permission to use the photographs without compensation on the Contest Website as well as on other Jamestown Audubon websites and in news releases which may appear in print or on third party websites for the purpose of publicizing the contest. Jamestown Audubon will always include the photographer's name when using a photograph for any purpose.
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