Brunswick County 4-H

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July 19, 2011

Filed under: 4-H — Blair Green @ 12:25 pm

Wildlife in North Carolina magazine is proud to announce the 7th annual installment of our highly popular & wildly successful photo competition. The Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition aims to encourage people to participate in nature photography, thereby fostering greater understanding and appreciation of NC’s wildlife & wild places. Winning photographs will be published in the January-February 2012 issue of Wildlife in North Carolina.  Visit for more information about the competition.

Photos will be judged in 10 categories:

  • Birds
  • Mammals
  • Reptiles & Amphibians
  • Invertebrates
  • Wild Landscapes:The peaks, valleys, plains and beaches of North Carolina.
  • Wild Plants:Wild-growing plants and fungi only, including their flowers, leaves, fruits and other parts. Absolutely no cultivated plants will be accepted.
  • Outdoor Recreation:Show how people interact with North Carolina’s natural world through activ­ities that are inextricably linked to nature, such as hunting, fishing, hiking, rock climbing or canoeing.
  • Animal Behavior:Anything animals do, from every­day activities to interactions with other animals to unusual behavior.
  • Youth Photographer, 13–17:Any of the above subjects, shot by photographers under 18.
  • Youth Photographer, 12 & under: Any of the above subjects, shot by children 12 and younger.



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