Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

Clean off your camera lens and bring us your best shots of Wisconsin & Minnesotan native predators! Photography can be submitted starting on March 1st, 2019. Contests deadline for submitting photos will be June 1st, 2019. Photography will be submitted to a panel of artists & National Coalition to End Wildlife Killing Contests members for review and they will be selecting the top 15 final submissions to be judged by our renown Wildlife Photographer. Our Judge is renowned National Geographic Photographer Jim Brandenburg. Contest rules, prizes and requirements for submissions forthcoming.

Get ready to shoot wildlife with your camera! Renowned National Geographic Photographer, Jim Brandenburg, will not only be judging the final top 15 submissions; he’s also donating one of his prints to one lucky winner!

Renowned National Geographic Photographer Jim Brandenburg will our esteemed judge.

Minnesota native Jim Brandenburg traveled the globe as a photographer withNational Geographicmagazine…

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2 thoughts on “Calling All Nature Photographers! Announcing a Wildlife Photography Competition.

  1. My husband is a nature photographer and I just asked him if he has any good shots and sadly we hardly ever see coyotes by our home in Lac Du Flambeau. Maybe would see more if we opened it up in the winter. Never have seen a wolf ( only tracks & scat) Hard to imagine since they are running rampant in the Northwoods !! Wishing you lots of good photos on this . T Minnick

    On Thu, Jan 31, 2019 at 10:44 PM Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin wrote:

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