Young Biodiversity Photographer of the Year – Schools Competition

 

 

Are you a budding nature photographer? Would you like to be in with the chance of winning up to €200 in cash prizes?

We are inviting students of primary and secondary level schools to submit images that capture the drama and beauty of Ireland’s wildlife and landscapes.

The theme for students is ‘Celebrating 25 Years of Action for Biodiversity’. The challenge is to capture an image that reflects an aspect of biodiversity in Ireland.

It could relate to: how action for Biodiversity has changed over the past 25 years, the achievements of actions taken in the past 25 years, reflecting on the past 25 year to develop new action goals for Biodiversity, develop an understanding of the importance of sustainable goals, traditional practices or knowledge relating to Biodiversity, developing people’s understanding the importance and/or fragility of Biodiversity threatened over the past 25 years, and celebrating Biodiversity in all its forms.

All photos must be taken in the month of May and must be submitted by midnight on the 31st May 2018.

Please complete the following form to enter: https://goo.gl/forms/KkAC4b9a3VfxM1RB2

The winner will be determined by a judging panel whose decision is final. Judges include Frank Millar, Picture Editor of the Irish Times.

The winner will receive €200, with second place receiving €100 and third place €50.

Get snapping – we look forward to receiving your entries!

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