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Group Description

About Audubon Magazine’s Group
Welcome to the Audubon magazine Flickr group. In the pages of our magazine we feature stories on wildlife, habitat, and a range of environmental issues, illustrated with award-winning photography recognized by groups such as Communication Arts, American Photography, Folio, and Photo District News. Each year we celebrate birds with the Audubon Magazine Photography Awards, in association with Nature's Best Photography (audubonmagazinephotoawards.org).

We strive to be a place where nature enthusiasts, outdoor adventurers, and eco-conscious consumers come to discover and be inspired by all the natural world’s extraordinary beauty and diversity.

To that end, we hope you’ll post your amazing bird pictures on our page. Don’t stop there. If you’ve got shots of other wildlife or wild habitat, put them up. Bottom line: We accept photos of wild birds, other wildlife, and habitat. Scroll down for more details.

For more about the magazine, as well as our latest issue, visit www.audubonmagazine.org. Also, check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/audubonmagazine and our Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/audubonmagazine.

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Guidelines

What pictures can you post?
Images of wild birds, other wildlife, and habitat—or anything that illustrates an environmental issue. We’re looking for a variety of photos, so avoid posting multiple shots of the same species or place at once, and post no more than five images at any one time.

What should you include with your picture?
Species name, date and location of the image, and camera specs. If you don't know the species, perhaps other members can help identify it.

Disclaimer: Audubon magazine is not responsible for the accuracy of the species identified on this Flickr page. Each group member is responsible for his or her own IDs.

What to avoid?
Domesticated birds and other animals. Sorry, no dogs or cats, please! Also—and this is important—do not disturb wildlife to get your shot.

What else?
By posting on our Flickr page, you do not give Audubon your rights to those images. Occasionally, however, a photo posted to our Flickr page may pique our interest. We will NEVER use something without the photographer’s permission. To make it easy to get in touch, we’d appreciate if you could include an e-mail address or telephone number in your profile.

Group Rules

About Audubon Magazine’s Group
At Audubon magazine, we write about—and for—birds. But we also strive to be a place where nature enthusiasts, outdoor adventurers, and eco-conscious consumers come to discover and be inspired by all the natural world’s extraordinary beauty and diversity.

To that end, we hope you’ll post your amazing bird pictures on our page. Don’t stop there. If you’ve got shots of other wildlife or wild habitat, put them up. Bottom line: We accept photos of wild birds, other wildlife, and habitat. Scroll down for more details.

For more about the magazine, as well as our latest issue, visit www.audubonmagazine.org. Also, check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/audubonmagazine and our Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/audubonmagazine.

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Guidelines

What pictures can you post?
Images of wild birds, other wildlife, and habitat. We’re looking for a variety of photos, so avoid posting multiple shots of the same species or place at once.

What should you include with your picture?
Species name, date and location of the image, and camera specs.

Disclaimer: Audubon magazine is not responsible for the accuracy of the species identified on this Flickr page. Each group member is responsible for his or her own IDs.

What to avoid?
Domesticated birds and other animals. Also—and this is important—do not disturb wildlife to get your shot.

What else?
Occasionally, a photo posted to our Flickr page may pique our interest. We will NEVER use something without the photographer’s permission. To make it easy to get in touch, we’d appreciate if you could include an e-mail address or telephone number in your profile.

By posting on our Flickr page, you do not give Audubon your rights to those images.

Additional Info

  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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