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Deadline: October 31, 2014
Winner is: Judged & Voted
Entry: Free Entry

Le collectif du Herisson


GO WILD PHOTO COMPETITION  The GO WILD PHOTO COMPETITION is organised by CEEweb for Biodiversity with Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation and other partners. Europeans can still be proud of the rich nature of the old continent, let it be the brown bear, the saker falcon, the pasque flower or Pannonic sand steppes with gentle slopes. We enjoy their beauty, use the benefits provided by them, and take the responsibility for their protection for future generations. In the European Union, their protection is ensured through the Habitats Directive (together with the Birds Directive), and its network of Natura 2000 sites. Altogether they protect over 1.000 animals and plant species and over 200 so called “habitat types”. The Green Infrastructure Strategy and sustainable farming also play an important role in maintaining our natural heritage.


Landscapes with a wild touch – Take a landscape photo of natural habitats and areas, a sustainably run family farm or a nice urban garden.

Wild Species – Take a picture of wild European animals or plants at their natural habitats.

Show us the beauty of European protected areas, give a screenshot on environmental-friendly farms and rural areas and show how nature can thrive in urban or artificial environment.

Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: First places in the two categories:
100 EUR and a dedicated CEEweb gift package OR Two days in the breath-taking Bulgarian Western Rhodope (protected in the Natura 2000 sites Trigrad-Mursalitza and Rodopi-Zapadni) with a local photographer guide. Here, you can take pictures of numerous wild species such as Balkan chamois, brown bear, capercaillie, wallcreeper, three-toed woodpecker, mountain Apollo butterfly, orchids, and other special creatures.

Special award: A day in the Nimfea Nature Conservation Association education centre, which includes photo hut, watch tower, petting zoo, adventure park.

The Polish Society for Nature Conservation “Salamandra” will award the best photo from Poland with wildlife books.

Public award winners of the two categories: Dedicated photo albums ELIGIBILITY: Europe

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COPYRIGHT: You must be the photographer and owner of the copyright for any image entered. USAGE RIGHTS: The applicants by submitting their entries automatically accept the terms and conditions also granting the rights for the organizers and their partners to use their entries free of charge on their webpage and free printed or online materials indicating the name of the artists. The organizers and their partners cannot disseminate the photos for profit-gaining reason. The organizers and their partners cannot make any significant changes to the art submitted without the permission of the applicant.

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