The Bush Warriors Photo of the Day contest gives wildlife photographers a chance to get more involved in conservation and raising awareness about wildlife issues.
Daily, a winning photo is selected to show wildlife at its greatest–just how nature intended it to be! The added benefit is that each one is accompanied with fascinating information about whatever creature is featured in the photograph, educating viewers and raising awareness about critical issues.
The imagery also strengthens the human bond with the natural world, inspiring us all to take action in protecting it. The incredible work of conservation photographers is absolutely imperative in providing a way for the everyday person to experience the beauty of nature–something that many wouldn’t otherwise be able to do!
How it Works
Each week, Photo of the Day fans vote for their favorite Photo of the Week. Each month, they will vote for their favorite Photo of the Month from that month’s Photo of the Week winners. The winning photos from each month will then compete against one another for the Bush Warriors Photo of the Year, which is also chosen by fans’ votes.
Photo of the Month winners will receive a prize and a grand prize will be given to the Photo of the Year.
Submissions are best made on our Bush Warriors Photo of the Day Contest group on Facebook, which you can access by clicking here. All you need to do is upload them onto the wall there. Please do not create new albums, but rather upload each photo on its own. You can also submit photos via email. Send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be sure to read the contest rules before submitting.
See the links below for more information:
Photo credit: Lori Huff (Photo of the Day–18 May, 2011)