The 2019 Audubon Photography Awards: Top 100. Prepare to be delighted by the variety of birdlife and the story behind each stunning image. This year thousands of photographers from across the United States and Canada submitted more than 8,000 images to the 10th annual Audubon Photography Awards. Our panel of expert judges whittled down the. Audubon Photography Awards winners. NEW YORK (July 11, 2019) - Today, the National Audubon Society named six photographers as winners in the 2019 Audubon Photography Awards, across four divisions and six prizes. In the 10th year of the contest, winning photos and honorable mentions were selected from 2,253 entrants from all 50 states.
You're wild about birds and your camera. Now combine your passions by entering the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards, featuring two new categories this year: a video category and a female bird category. You could win a cash prize or, if you're our Youth winner, a special trip that will help you become an even better birder or bird photographer The winners of the 2019 Audubon Photography Awards have produced stunning bird imagery that stand out from the crowd of over 2,000 North American photographers who entered the contest. In an exciting development, the Audubon Photography Awards have added two new prizes in addition to the Professional, Amateur, and Youth contests Picture This: Your Great Outdoors 2019 Photo Contest Winners. This year, more than 4,500 images were submitted in the Mass Audubon Picture This Photo Contest—another blockbuster year! After much deliberation, we are happy to announce that we have selected the winners of this year's contest. Congratulations to all the winners and thanks again.
The dramatic image was judged the Grand Prize Winner in Mass Audubon's Picture This: Your Great Outdoors 2019 photo contest. The annual statewide photography competition—now a decade old—has become a popular, friendly competition for shutterbugs of all ages and abilities, who forge their own connections with nature through a camera lens 2019 Audubon Photography Awards. The winners of the the tenth annual Audubon Photography Awards competition have just been announced. Photographers entered images in four categories: professional. Audubon's 2021 Photography Awards Contest (the Contest) begins on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 12 p.m. (noon) Eastern Standard Time (EST), and ends on Wednesday, April 07, 2021 at 12 p.m. (noon) Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (the Contest Entry Period). Entry into this Contest constitutes your acceptance of these Official Rules. . Every spring, the judges of the Audubon Photography Awards gather at Audubon's headquarters in Manhattan to review their favorite images and select the finalists. But as with much of life in 2020, this year's awards had to be handled differently due to pandemic-related travel, work, and social-distancing restrictions Audubon Announces 2019 Nature Photo Contest Winners and Exhibit. Jamestown, N.Y. - With the winners now chosen, Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) is announcing two firsts for their 2019 Nature Photography Contest: a month-long exhibit of the winners and finalists, and the opportunity to purchase prints of some of the contest.
The 2019 Audubon Photography Award Winners Offer Stunning Look at the World of Birds The contest's winning photos include a sage-grouse bird battle and a shot of a bald eagle carrying a fox and a. . The Resting Dragon. Emma Goodbody, Millington, New Jersey. 2020 Winner: Youth Division, Macro Abstract. Specifics: Entry fee: $15 per photo. Contest opens February 1, 2021 Orange Audubon Society meetings are normally held the 3rd Thursday of every month (Sept. Florida Native Nature Photography Contest. Preview. 2019 (31st Annual) 2018 (30th Annual) 2017 (29th Annual) 2016 (28th Annual) 2015 (27th Annual Youth Art Contest > About Mass Audubon < Photo Contest; 2019 Photo Contest Winners Read More. 1 / 20. Favorite See All. Grand Prize Winner: Michael Snow. Birds, 18 and Over Species: Green Heron Location: Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, Marshfield. Powered by SmugMug Owner Log In.
The National Audubon Society protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow, throughout the Americas using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground conservation. Bald Eagle. Photo: Howard Arndt/Audubon Photography Award Audubon Community Nature Center 2019 Nature Photography Contest Submissions are now being accepted for the annual Audubon Community Nature Center Nature Photography Contest. Cash prizes of $200 will be awarded to Adult and Youth winners in three categories: Naturally Funny, Field Guide Worthy, and Naturally Beautiful Youth Art Contest > About Mass Audubon < Photo Contest; 2019 Photo Contest Winners Read More. 5 / 20. Favorite See All. Winner, Mammals, 18 and Over: Darya Zelentsova. Species: Beaver Location: Amherst, MA. Powered by SmugMug Owner Log In.
The resulting photograph (below) wowed the judges of the 2019 Audubon Photography Awards, which recently named Swoboda as its grand prize winner. For the past ten years, the competition has. Mass Audubon's 2021 Statewide Photo Contest. We're once again seeking photos that highlight people in nature, capture the beauty of Massachusetts wildlife, and/or celebrate our stunning landscapes for Mass Audubon's Picture This: Your Great Outdoors Photo Contest. Last year, we received nearly 5,000 images
2019 Birdathon Photo Contest Winners. June 4, 2019 - Here are the winning photos from our 2019 Birdathon photo contest, which was open to participants in the May 17-19 Birdathon. Thank you, Paul Fusco, first-rate bird photographer and co-designer of our Connecticut State of the Birds report, for judging the contest Youth Art Contest > About Mass Audubon < Photo Contest; 2019 Photo Contest Winners Read More. 13 / 20. Favorite See All. Honorable Mention: Don Bullens. Powered by SmugMug Owner Log In. This is the 10th year of the National Audubon Society's contest. Grand Prize Winner Kathrin Swoboda won for her photo of a red-winged blackbird, above. Swoboda entered the photo in the amateur. Today, the National Audubon Society named six photographers as winners in the 2019 Audubon Photography Awards, across four divisions and six prizes. In the 10th year of the contest, winning photos and honorable mentions were selected from 2,253 entrants from all 50 states, Washington D.C., and 10 Canadian provinces and territories to appreciate the wonder of birds and the places they inhabit
Audubon Photography Awards 2019 An eagle carrying a rabbit 'carrying' a fox, a red-winged black bird's inspired song and a sage-grouse bird battle are among the exceptional photos that won Audubon. The 2021 Contest runs from June 1, 2021 to September 30, 2021. Why You Should Enter (ie. Prizes) One grand prize winner will be awarded a $250 gift card, in addition to being featured in Mass Audubon's member newsletter. Eleven winners will win a $100 gift card to redeem at a Mass Audubon shop or a wildlife sanctuary Youth Art Contest > About Mass Audubon < Photo Contest; 2019 Photo Contest Winners Read More. 8 / 20. Favorite See All. Winner, Other Wildlife, Under 18: Emma Fallon. Age: 16 Species: Geometrid Moth Location: Florida, MA. Powered by SmugMug Owner Log In.
Orange Audubon Society's 2019 (31st Annual) Chertok Nature Photography Contest . Featured an OPEN competition with three categories: Advanced Amateur/Professional, Novice, and Yo uth competition. Theme: Florida's Native Nature . All winning images are presented below Previous Photo Contest Winners See the winners and honorable mentions from previous years of Mass Audubon's statewide Picture This: Your Great Outdoors Photo Contest. 2019 Winner
This photography contest is held annually and all entries are inspired by Audubon's Plants for Birds Program. All photos capture birds and plants in their native habitats across the United States. Out of the 2200 entries to this competition, these 10 caught the prize! 1. Grand Prize Winner: Kathrin Swoboda 2019 Audubon Photography Awards Marks 10th Year of Exquisite Bird Photograph The contest's winning photos include a sage-grouse bird battle and a shot of a bald eagle carrying a fox and a rabbi
Call for Photographs 2019. Submit your nature photos for our Community Photo Exhibit. We invite photographers of all ages, abilities, and interests to spend some time exploring Mississippi's outdoor areas, interpreting the rivers, forest, flowers or fauna through your camera lens. Photos must be taken between January 1 and July 1 of 2019 and. . In addition to the Grand Prize, which went to Kathrin Swoboda.
JAMESTOWN - With the winners now chosen, Audubon Community Nature Center is announcing two firsts for their 2019 Nature Photography Contest: a month-long exhibit of the winners and. 2019 Audubon Photography Awards Winners The National Audubon Society is an American non-profit environmental organisation dedicated to conservation. It protects birds and their habitats throughout the Americas using science, advocacy, education and on-the-ground conservation A Mass Audubon Blog. Take 5: July 2019 Facebook Favorites. Posted on August 19, 2019 by Hillary T. Over the course of the 2019 Photo Contest, we will be highlighting 5 photos from the previous month's entries on Facebook and asking fans to select their favorite. This is just a fun way of sharing some of the amazing entries and doesn't have.
A photo of a red-winged blackbird in an Alexandria, Virginia, park has taken the grand prize in the 2019 Audubon Photography Awards. The photo, shot by Kathrin Swoboda at Huntley Meadows Park. The Audubon Photography Awards regularly present some of the finest wildlife and nature photos around (birds are the star of course, though the name Audubon may be on the way out), and I've chosen a selection for your delectation. Click on the screenshot title below to see the winners and honorable mentions. There were a lo Jamestown, N.Y. - Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) and the 3rd on 3rd Gallery are holding a reception for Audubon's 2019 Nature Photography Contest Exhibit on Thursday, August 15, 6 - 8 p.m. With all the activity around the (Lucille Ball) Comedy Festival, said ACNC Operations Manager Jennifer Schlick, we thought it would be fun to do something special after the exhibit has. Birdathon 2019 Photography Contest Winners Revealed. Posted on May 22, 2019 Categories: Signal Smoke Home. Thank you to everyone who submitted their work to our first ever Birdathon Photography Contest! Travis Audubon Society 3710 Cedar St., Box 17 Austin, Texas 7870 NH Audubon Massabesic Center . Wild NH Photo Contest and Fundraiser Rules Fall 2019. The Wild NH Photo Contest is open to all amateur photographers. The submission fee is used to help support the wildlife programs of NH Audubon's . Massabesic Center. Timeline and Events: Photos can be submitted between May 25 -September 4, 2019
See the winners of the 2021 Audubon Photography contest at The 2021 Audubon Photography Awards: Top 100. Natural History Wanderings. Sandy Steinman's Blog . Birding; Fall Foliage; November 2019 (60) October 2019 (67) September 2019 (64) August 2019 (72) July 2019 (96) June 2019 (110) May 2019 (116) April 2019 (106) March 2019 (145 Jamestown, N.Y. - Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) is awarding cash prizes to winners of its 2020 Nature Photography Contest. A large, multi-colored sign in the front window of the nature center building reminds those who come to enjoy their many outdoor opportunities to Stay safe, stay sane, and remember to spend time outside for your mental and emotional health This year, more than 4,500 images were submitted in the Mass Audubon Picture This Photo Contest—another blockbuster year!After much deliberation, we are happy to announce that we have selected the winners of this year's contest.. Congratulations to all the winners and thanks again to everyone who participated ASGC Annual Photo Contest. Photo Contest 2018. Grand Prize Winner. Taken by Sean Hallowell. We did not have a contest in 2019 or 2020. If we have a contest in 2021 it will be announced on the home page. In the meantime, we are sponsoring In the Sanctuary photo contests for each season. 2018 winners. 2017 Winners
Spokane Audubon's 2022 Calendar Photograph Contest Wow, our 2021 calendar sold out! Now it's time for you to get that special photograph for our 2022 Calendar Photograph Contest Call for Entries. Photographers may submit entries starting Monday, April 15th. The deadline is Friday, May 15th; no entries will be accepted after that date. Article Contributed by Audubon Community Nature Center Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) and the 3rd on 3rd Gallery are holding a reception for Audubon's 2019 Nature Photography Contest Exhibit on Thursday, August 15, 6-8 p.m. With all the activity around the (Lucille Ball) Comedy Festival, said ACNC Operations Manager Jennifer Schlick, we thought it would [ Photo Contest. Inaugurated in 2018, the annual North Central Washington Audubon Society bird photography contest has created an opportunity for bird photographers to show their best work. Hundreds of high-quality images have been submitted. Our judging panels sort through the images to rank them based on technical and artistic quality
There were 8 submissions for the photo contest by the following photographers. Anhinga - Lee Kobs Brown Thrasher - Laurel Ladwig Great Blue Heron Landing - Christina Neveu Magnolia Warbler - Steve Astrich Neotropic Cormorant - Lee Kobs Prothonotary Warbler - Dana Borham Reddish Egret - Marissa Astrich White-eyed Vireo - Dana Borha 2021 Birdathon Photo Contest Winners. May 26, 2021 — In the era of digital cameras, it's not merely the sighting and identification of the bird that's of prime importance to many bird enthusiasts, but the photographic image as well. That was borne out in the high quality of the nearly 100 photographs entered in the 2021 Migration Madness. Over the course of the 2019 Photo Contest, we will be highlighting 5 photos from the previous month's entries on Facebook and asking fans to select their favorite. This is just a fun way of sharing some of the amazing entries and doesn't have to do with the official judging process April 2021 Photo Contest Winners. 4/24/2021 Comments . Winner: American Bittern. December 2019 November 2019 July 2019 April 2019 December 2018 December 2017 December 2016 September 2016 June 2016 December 2015. Lahontan Audubon Society email@example.com PO Box 2304 Reno, NV 89505-2304. Birds Photos by. Jeff Bleam. Reno Web Desig
March 2021 Photo Contest Winners. 1st Place: Northern Pymgy Owl by Jeff Bleam. 2021/01/07- Bowers Mansion RP, WAS (NV). Nikon D850 with 500mm f/4 and 1.4 TC (700mm eqv) 1/1250s, f/5.6, ISO180. 2nd place: Common Merganser (male) by Janet Busi. Taken at Virginia Lake, Reno, NV Audubon will print the winning photographs to exhibit in the Nature Center. Judge. The 2020 contest will be judged by Alex Shipherd. Dates. Contest opens February 1, 2020; Deadline to apply: Sunday, June 28, 2020. Deadline extended to August 31, 2020. Winners announced in mid-September. Entry Fee. $15 per photo Birds Hunt, Hide, and Blow Impressive Smoke Rings in a Selection of Images from the 2019 Audubon Photography Awards Highlights from the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards Shortlist [20 Photos] Shots of Snuggling Swans and Ravenous Shags Best the 2021 Bird Photographer of the Year Contest Deadline: 31 August 2021. Submissions are now being accepted for the annual Audubon Community Nature Center Nature Photography Contest. Cash prizes of $200 will be awarded to Adult and Youth winners in three categories: - Fauna: any wild animal. No photos of animals in captivity, such as pets, zoos, or rehab animals
In 2019, it consumed 6.5 percent of all coal used in the United States—topped only by Texas and North Dakota—and it ranks seventh in the country when it comes to coal production. So, it was a surprise in 2018 when the electric utility Northern Indiana Public Service Co. (NIPSCO) submitted plans to close its fossil-fuel facilities, including. 2019 National Audubon Photo Exhibit. 11/17/2020 0 Comments In the 10th year of the contest, winning photos and honorable mentions were selected from 2,253 entrants from all 50 states, Washington D.C. and 10 Canadian provinces and territories to appreciate the wonder of birds and the places they inhabit Bobolink. Photo: Garrett Sheets/Audubon Photography Awards. In addition to including the winning images in the Summer 2019 issue of Audubon magazine, they'll also be featured at the biennial. Photo: Red-winged Blackbird, Kathrin Swoboda/Audubon Photography Awards. In celebration of the natural connection between birding and photography, Audubon Society of Northern Virginia will co-host the 2019 Audubon Photography Awards Traveling Exhibition with Walker Nature Center in Reston between February 5 and February 26, 2020 and again with Huntley Meadows Park in Alexandria between March 4. Bond of Brothers by David Lloyd in Lumix People's Choice. Greater Sage-Grouse by Elizabeth Boehm - 2019 Audubon Photography Awards. Flamingo Socks by Jasper Doest - 2019 World Press Photo Contest. Jump by Csaba Daróczi - Nature Photographer of the Year 2019. Golden rain by Norbert Kaszás - Nature Photographer of the Year 2019
Deadline: 30 June 2019.Submissions are now being accepted for the annual Audubon Community Nature Center Nature Photography Contest. Cash prizes of $200 will be awarded to Adult and Youth winners in three categories: Naturally Funny, Field Guide Worthy, and Naturally Beautiful Updated May 20, 2020. We received more than 1,000 submissions to our 2019 Bird Portrait Contest, and now, after combing through the entries, we're excited to announce the results. The following slideshow displays our 15 honorable mention images, including photos of Brown Pelican, Anna's Hummingbird, and Green Jay, plus three great shots of. Audubon Photography Awards: Is this the 'perfect' wildlife picture? An astonishing battle of wills between an eagle, a fox and a rabbit was one of several striking entries in the annual. The National Audubon Society has announced the 2019 winners of its annual photography competition, and the birds are looking great.In addition to the Grand Prize, which went to Kathrin Swoboda for her photo of a Red-winged Blackbird, the contest awards prizes in four divisions: professional, amateur, youth, and plants for birds. There's also the Fisher Prize, which goes to a photograph. Audubon Community Nature Center invites you to enter one or all of the diverse categories in its 2019 Nature Photography Contest: Naturally Funny, Field Guide Worthy and Naturally Beautiful
· Printed photo entries 8 X 10 or 8 ½ X 11 must be delivered per one of the following in order to be reviewed before the Festival. o Brought to the ACAS October 10, 2019 meeting. o Delivered to Virginia Vineyard by November 1, 2019 A look at 15 photographs from the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, organized by the Natural History Museum in London. These are the best wildlife photos of the year, showing how raw, beautiful, ferocious, and precious nature is. Stunning Winners of the 2019 Audubon Photography Award
From nearly 2,500 entries, the top bird photographs were selected as winners of the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards. With participants from all 50 U.S. states, Washington D.C., and 10 Canadian provinces, the contest showed off the best of North American bird photography February Photo Contest Winners. 2/1/2021 Comments . In 1st Place: Hutton's Vireo by Jeff Bleam. November 2019 July 2019 April 2019 December 2018 December 2017 December 2016 September 2016 June 2016 December 2015. Lahontan Audubon Society firstname.lastname@example.org Lahontan Audubon Society Mission Statement:.
photo contest winners jan 2021. Winner: Ruby-crowned Kinglet by Janet Busi. Taken at Rancho San Rafael Park, Reno, NV. 12-24-20. Camera: Nikon D7200 with Tamron 150-600 lens. Specifications: 1/1000 sec. F6.3 ISO 360. Honorable mention: Wood Duck by Connie Krause Birds Need Plants Photo Contest Winners. Click on the links below to see the winning photographs. The Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology's All About Birds has a great website to learn more about birds of North America and has marvelous videos. You also learn much basic data on every bird along with calls and a map of location, see their.
- More than 400 entries came from around the world for Audubon Community Nature Center's 2020 Nature Photography Contest. Twelve countries plus 41 U.S. states and Puerto Rico were represented. Winners and finalists are from as far away as India, Saudi Arabia and Chile and as nearby as northern Ohio, northwestern Pennsylvania, and western. Winning photos and videos will be featured in the Summer 2021 issue of Audubon magazine.Top photos and honorable mentions will also be showcased in an Audubon Photography Awards exhibition, which will be hosted as a virtual event this year.. It's important to note that all photographers must respect Audubon's Guide to Ethical Bird Photography.As in the previous years, the contest stands. Take 5: World of Watercraft. When summer heats up, it's time to hit the water! Whether your vessel of choice is a canoe, kayak, sailboat, rowboat, or paddleboard, nothing beats the feeling of the paddle breaking the surface or the wind catching the sail on a sunny, summer day 2019 Winners 2018 Winners 2017 Winners 2016 Winners 2015 Winners 2014 Winners 2013 Winners 2012 Winners It was my pleasure to judge the entries in the 2017 Audubon Community Nature Center Photo Contest, although selecting the winners was not easy. Therefore, I selected some others that also showed merit.. 2019 Winners 2018 Winners 2017 Winners 2016 Winners 2015 Winners 2014 Winners 2013 Winners 2012 Winners 2011 Winners Contact I want to start by thanking all who submitted photographs to this year's Nature Photography Contest through the Audubon Nature Center. The natural world offers itself for such incredible inspiration