NatureCanada_ ADMIN June 9, 2014
Share your passion for nature with Nature Canada's online community by entering our 75th Anniversary Photo Contest! Please tag your submissions with "NaturePhotoContest" to enter the contest and be sure to read the contest rules at www.naturecanada.ca/photocontest. Thanks!
Group DescriptionNature Canada invites you to join our Nature Nation photo group.
Nature Canada is a member-based non-profit conservation organization. Our network includes 40,000 supporters and more than 350 naturalist organizations across Canada.
Photo of the Month Contest
Share your passion for nature with Nature Canada's online community by entering our Photo of the Month contest!
Each month, one photo is selected to be Nature Canada's Photo of the Month. The winning entry is featured in our eNewsletter and on our blog, as well as being made into a computer desktop image.
Entering the contest is easy - join our group, upload your photo and you're good to go! Remember to add a short description of your photo, including where it was taken and the name of the species of animal or plant in the photo, and tag it with "POM".
When you submit a photo, you are donating it to Nature Canada and granting us permission to use your photo on our website and in our eNewsletter, eCards, desktop images and other educational materials. We will not sell your photos, and we will make every effort to credit you whenever your photo is used.
About Nature Canada
Nature Canada's mission is to protect and conserve wildlife and habitats in Canada by engaging people and advocating on behalf of nature.
Through our conservation work we support community-based efforts to protect wildlife and habitat, push for effective laws and policies that protect endangered species, and introduce thousands of children every year to nature.
Join our Nature Nation online community and receive our E-newsletter, timely action alerts and news about our conservation programs and initiatives.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe