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Online Monthly Wildlife and Nature Comp

uggyy 10 2.1k 9 Scotland
16 Mar 2009 5:25PM
will have a look too but I only got the normal garden variety animals in the PF, not managed to bag any otters thats good enough still...

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csurry 13 9.2k 92
16 Mar 2009 5:45PM
Well there is always the inspired by nature category, that could be taken as an excuse to doctor a less than perfect otter shot Wink
dickiedriver 9 212 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2009 7:21PM
Well Cheryl have followed your lead and will be getting my daughter to do the same like you say you have to be in it to win it but there are some stunning shots on there, I think that some of the Juniors here would stand a great chance of winning having seen some of there shots.

csurry 13 9.2k 92
17 Mar 2009 8:29AM
Just to save people having to find the first post:

Thought a few people may be interested in this online wildlife and nature competition .

There are two categories for both 17 and unders and over 18s. One category being wildlife itself and not allowing digital manipulation and the second being a more open category.

The rest of the site is worth checking out as well.

Think this should be of particular interest to some of the junior members who could do well in the 17's and under category.
Xiaoli 7 661 14 South Africa
17 Mar 2009 3:31PM
just to add that although it is open to anyone the photos have to be taken in UK/Europe.
csurry 13 9.2k 92
17 Mar 2009 6:46PM

Quote:Just to add that although it is open to anyone the photos have to be taken in UK/Europe.

Well the whole site is dedicated to promoting European wildlife so that's understandable. It's trying to promote the fact that Europe has enough of it's own specialist species, etc., that travelling for exotic species on safaris and the like is less necessary.
Xiaoli 7 661 14 South Africa
17 Mar 2009 8:33PM
perfectly understandable - just pointing out an important rule to anyone who is interested
csurry 13 9.2k 92
17 Mar 2009 9:22PM
Fair point, I could have specified that in the original post, but wasn't that awake Grin
csurry 13 9.2k 92
8 Apr 2009 10:30AM
Images are now up for April voting and competition is open for April entries at Wild Wonders

Please if you do vote, vote because you like the image and not because you know the photographer! I'm sure others will get friends to vote, but that's not really the point is it?

Not had time to look through the under 18's but hope some of the members on here did have a go.
SuziBlue 13 16.2k 10 Scotland
8 Apr 2009 3:41PM
Yep.Voted in all four sets. Some great images there.

There's a very energetic squirrel there too ... Wink
csurry 13 9.2k 92
8 Apr 2009 3:50PM
I really wish looking at how many images there are in the u17s that some of the juniors on here would get involved - the ultimate prize is quite impressive, and no dodgy rights grabs going on.

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