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Tennessee Wildlife Federation accepting submissions for Wildlife and Landscape Photo Contest

Tennessee Wildlife FederationNashville, TN – Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, has opened submissions for its wildlife and landscape photo contest. 

Now in its 7th year, the contest collects and selects the most astounding professional and amateur photographs of our state. Photographers are encouraged to submit their best images that capture Tennessee’s stunning natural resources. Submissions can be made from August 1st through August 31st, 2021 at tnwf.org/Photo.

Tennessee Wildlife Federation holds Wildlife and Landscape Photo Contest for 2022 Calendar.
Tennessee Wildlife Federation holds Wildlife and Landscape Photo Contest for 2022 Calendar.

A panel of judges will select the best photos to be showcased in the Federation’s 2022 calendar and featured across the Federation’s digital platforms.

Winners will also receive a variety of prizes including gift cards, Federation apparel, and Patagonia gear. 

“From breathtaking views to diverse wildlife, Tennessee has a lot to offer photographers and we can’t wait to see what they capture,” said Kendall McCarter, chief development officer for Tennessee Wildlife Federation. 

Owl. (Deb Campbell)
Owl. (Deb Campbell)

The deadline to submit photos is 11:59pm CT August 31st. Voting for the People’s Choice winner will be open to the public on September 8th. 

For more information and official contest rules visit tnwf.org/Photo.

Landscape. (Kelly Zehnder)
Landscape. (Kelly Zehnder)

 


About Tennessee Wildlife Federation

Tennessee Wildlife Federation is an independent nonprofit dedicated to conserving Tennessee’s wildlife, waters, and wild places. Since 1946, the Federation has spearheaded the development of the state’s wildlife policy, advanced landmark legislation on air and water quality and other conservation initiatives helped restore numerous species, and introduced thousands of kids to the great outdoors.

To learn more, visit tnwf.org.

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