The Nature Conservancy is at work to conserve and restore iconic landscapes and rivers in Mississippi. From upland forests and clean, clear-running streams, to bottomland swamps and coastal areas that harbor an amazing abundance and diversity of plants and animals. And from longleaf pine forests to pitcher plant wetlands, where animals that live nowhere else on Earth are found.
These natural lands and waters also improve the quality of life for people and help fuel local economies. Help us show, through your photographs, the irreplaceable value of these special places. We are asking that interested individuals submit photos through Flickr™. Please tag your images with “Gulf-TNC09” and your photo may be used to help inspire others and support conservation projects in Mississippi.
Flickr is an online photo sharing web site that is made up of many groups, including a Nature Conservancy group. You can add your photos to the Nature Conservancy photo-sharing group and quickly enter many images for others to see.
To add a photo to Flickr, just follow these easy steps:
That's it! You'll be helping us showcase the natural beauty of Mississippi for the sake of conservation!
Best of all, by using Flickr, everyone in our online community can see your nature photos and be inspired by Mississippi's great places!
You will retain all rights to any photograph you submit -- including ownership if applicable -- other than those rights licensed in the next sentence.
By submitting your photo using Gulf-TNC09, you hereby grant to The Nature Conservancy (i) a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to reproduce, distribute, publicly display and publicly perform the photographs you submit to The Nature Conservancy, and (ii) the right to use your name, city, state and country of residence in promotions and other publications. Looking for more details? Check out the legal conditions concerning your submission.
We look forward to seeing your photos!July 11, 2012