It’s time to get outdoors and focus on nature. Arizona students ages 13 – 18 are invited to submit nature photos to the 9th annual “Adventures in Nature” photo contest. Photos should showcase Arizona’s natural beauty, wildlife and people. Photos can capture nature in your backyard or around your neighborhood.
The top 10 winners will receive up to $10,000 in prize money plus gift certificates and passes to Nature Conservancy preserves in Arizona. The winners will be announced during a virtual awards ceremony on May 5, 2022.
Last year the contest attracted 3,742 submissions from students around the state. The contest is intended to connect young people to the outdoors through photography.
Photographers may submit as many photos as they like. The deadline for submitting photos is midnight April 15, 2022. Enter the contest here.
For more information contact Tana Kappel at The Nature Conservancy at 520-547-3432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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