CRI 2018 Photography Contest
The contest has now closed. Check back soon for winners!
Welcome to the 2018 Cochrane Ecological Institute (CEI) and the Cochrane Research Institute (CRI) Wildlife Photography Contest.
This is in conjunction with the 2018 Wilderness Wildlife and Human Interaction Symposium.
Proceeds go to wildlife rehabilitation, preservation and restoration programs run by CEI.
Entries can show wildlife and animals living their lives. Whether that be eating/hunting, playing and enjoying themselves, or any other activity.
Closing date: 1st November 2018.
Winning entries will be displayed at the Cochrane Ranchehouse on Saturday November 10th, 2018, online and on CEI's Facebook page.
Prizes and sponsors
With kind thanks to Atmosphere and The Camera Store who are once again sponsoring the contest and providing prizes.
All winners will receive a Fine Art print of their photo and one of the following:
Capix Freeboard Junior Kayak and paddle (Atmosphere)
Ape Case ACPRO 1600 - Camera Bag (The Camera Store)
Ape Case ACTR 500 - Traveller Camera Messenger Bag (The Camera Store)
First place winner gets first pick, second place gets second pick, etc.
If you would like to contact us about the contest please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For entries please use the online form.
In conjunction with the Symposium and Workshop the CRI will be running the second annual Wildlife Photography contest. The contest aims to involve the community in both the symposium and wilderness as a whole. Photography is a hobby that often instils a love for wilderness and wildlife. The more people enjoy and understand the natural world, the more likely they are to protect it. With this year’s theme, *New Vision: Changing the Paradigm* we hope regular members of the community, such as photographers, help to pass our message, both by word of mouth, and also photographs that provide a window into the wilderness and wildlife that many often do not see. The photographic entries into the photography contest will help inspire others more than words alone ever could.