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WLT camera trap competition: win up to US$3,000 for your conservation project

19 April, 2010 - 16:13 -- World Land Trust
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In celebration of World Land Trust's 21 Anniversary, we have partnered with BBC Worldwide (through BBC Wildlife Magazine) to hold a camera trap photo competition.

Camera trap photo of puma

A rare shot of a Puma on Fundación Jocotoco's Buenaventura Reserve captured by camera trap.

If you use camera traps as part of your research project or conservation work and have captured an interesting or never before seen image then why not consider entering? The top image from each of the three categories will be awarded $1,000 and the overall winner will be awarded a further $2,000 towards their project. For further details of this competition, the terms and conditions and how to enter visit the BBC Wildlife Magazine website. Please note that the closing date for this competition is 12th July 2010.

Comments

Submitted by Scott Country on

Excellent idea, we have lots of customers with Trail Cameras, and will forward this to them.

We recently supplied a trust who are researching Raptor movements and may have some interesting shots.

Good luck entrants.

http://www.trailcameras.co.uk

Submitted by Mike Mottram on

I think this maybe the first camera trapping competition
in the uk the great thing is all the information that will be found out from it . Becuase its a great competition and a first I will put a link to this competition on my site and who knows I might even enter it myself.

Good luck everybody

http://www.gowildlifewatching.co.uk

Submitted by John Burton on

Thanks. We need lots of publicity if this is going to work. So please pass it on.

John

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