Heard Nature Photo Contest Accepts Digital Entries




The Heard Museum’s annual nature photography contest, hosted by the Heard Nature Photographers Club since 1078, now uses digital submissions from all ages and experience levels from February 3 to 25.

There are adult divisions for aspiring and experienced photographers and youth divisions for junior and senior youth. Submission categories are wild and captive animals, birds, flowers, insects, landscapes, water, black & white, astrophotography and abstract.

Proceeds of the contest benefit the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary.

Ribbons will be awarded for the first-, second- and third-place winner in each category and division. The award ceremony will take place at 2 p.m., March 18 the museum.

Entry fee is $10 per image for the adult divisions and $5 for the youth divisions. For contest rules and to enter, visit HeardNaturePhotographers.com.

 

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