ECU Student Wins Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Contest.
The 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.
Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition.
Gene Furr, the 2011 Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition Grand Prize winner, did that for his winning shot of the great egret. His photo, along with 30 other winning shots, are now on display at the Museum. “Most of the time, you do not want to photograph birds from the rear, but breaking this rule gave me a special image,” said Furr.
Hampton Wildlife Fund Photo Contest - 2020 Contest Rules.
The contest begins May 1, 2019 and ends September 30, 2019. To enter, fill out the entry form and upload up to 5 high-resolution digital photos that capture Western North Carolina. ELIGIBILITY: Open to both amateur and professional photographers (professional is defined as those earning a living through photography).
Calling all photographers: The “Wildlife in North Carolina.
Wildlife In North Carolina Magazine's 2020 Photo Contest I'm excited to have two photographs as top three finishers in the Wildlife in North Carolina Magazine's 2020 Photo Contest. My photograph of a waterspout over the ocean placed third in the Wild Landscapes category, and my photograph of a fisherman at sunset on Cape Point placed second in Outdoor Recreation category.
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North Carolina Field and Family Photo Contest. February 1, 2019 3 Comments. Here are the winners and honorable mentions from the the 2018 North Carolina Field and Family photo contest. 1 of 8. Just a boy and his sheep. Jude is 4 years old and has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, autism and is legally blind. Shad the sheep and Jude share an amazing bond. Photo by Pam Griffin, Carteret County.
Wildlife in North Carolina photo contest winners.
Wildlife in North Carolina Announces Photo Contest Winners The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and Wildlife in North Carolina magazine have selected the 2008 photo competition winners to be featured in the upcoming January 2009 issue. Jared Lloyd, of Moyock, won the grand prize with his image of Tulls Creek in Currituck County at dawn, which will grace the January cover of the magazine. The.
Wildlife in North Carolina Magazine Photo Competition Open.
Contest participants are limited to current North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) members (physicians, PAs, residents, and medical students) only; the NCMS member must be the photographer of the image submitted. Submit one image by Friday, July 31, 2020. There are four categories in the contest. Please submit images that fall into one of these.
Wildlife in North Carolina 2020 Photo Contest.
Wildlife in North Carolina magazine is the official educational publication of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, dedicated to the conservation of North Carolina's wildlife and natural habitats. Published since 1937, the magazine contains nearly eighty years of research, essays, and photographs. The publication's first issue was an 8-page black and white pamphlet created by what.
NCWF's Second Annual Photography Contest - North Carolina.
The Outer Banks of North Carolina is a paradise for photographers. This scenic ribbon of sand offers spectacular sunrises over the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and fantastic sunsets over the waters of the expansive Sounds. Natural areas abound (with abundant wildlife) in the Outer Banks region with 8 National Wildlife Refuges, 2 National Seashores, numerous State Parks and many other protected.
Wildlife in N.C. Magazine Photo Competition Accepting.
Rules Term: Smithsonian magazine 18th Annual Photo Contest begins March 31, 2020, and ends November 30, 2020, at 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.By submitting an entry, each contestant agrees to the rules of the contest and states that he or she is 18 years old or older.
North Carolina Field and Family Photo Contest - North.
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Wildlife in North Carolina Announces Photo Contest Winners.
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