Let’s Get Wild Photo Contest

In celebration of 2019 being the Year of Wilderness, we are running a Wild photo competition! Entry is free and open to anyone, so what are you waiting for? Submit your wildest photos below!

The competition is open until 31st May 2019. Voting will be a combination of the public and a jury. Select your favourite for each category and the jury will select the winners from top 10 voted photos.Voting will end 21 June 2019 24:00.

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The grand prize is a free ticket to take part in WILDArt 2019 in Majella National Park, Italy. Additional prizes for each category are:

  1. First Prize – Two days in the breathtaking High Tatra National Park, with a local Wilderness guide and overnight stay in a mountain cabin.
  2. Second Prize – A signed copy of ‘Vlado’s Wildest Places’ book and T-shirt
  3. Third Prize – European Wilderness Society gift package, including a t-shirt, coffee mug and hardcover edition of all our Wilderness Briefs.

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Title: Tåkern as Seen From Glänås
Author: Kirk Johnson
Votes: 0

Category: Wilderness
Views: 55
Description: Photo of Tåkern Fågelsjön (bird lake), Östergötland, Sweden, as seen from a boardwalk trail near the Glänås viewing area along the southern shore of the lake. Nearly 300 bird species utilize Tåkern, and it is considered one of northern Europe's foremost bird lakes. It is 12 km long and 8 km wide, with an average depth only 0.8 meters. The whole lake, with the surrounding shorelines, has been a formally-recognized naturreservat (nature reserve) since 1975. From April to the end of July, it is not open to the public, except four visitor centers and their associated walking paths.

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