I will be a judge for the 2022 Audubon Photography Awards! Plus other news!

I am honoured to be chosen as a judge for the 2022 Audubon Photography Awards. You can read about the full panel of judges HERE.

You can read about the prizes to be won and how to enter the contest which runs from Jan 12, 2022 to March 9, 2022 HERE. It is open to anyone 13 and over in Canada and the USA.

This year we have a new video category! Plus of course an award for best professional,  amateur, youth and native plants for birds category. 

We have a page that answers all your questions about the contest HERE

Thank you to the National Audubon Society for asking me to be part of this awesome contest. I look forward to reviewing your entries!

This photography contest is only open to ethical photographers, practicing ethical photography (no stressed, flashed or nesting birds) and of course there is no baiting allowed.

On another exciting note, Young Birder Alice Sun, whom I mentored and who graduated from the BC Young Birder Program; has now written an illustrated field guide! Check out the book  HERE for more info.You can also buy it on Amazon. I could not be prouder of this amazing young woman.

Also, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology released a fantastic film about the endangered Greater Adjutant Stork or "Hargila." There are only 1200 of these birds left in the world. You can watch the story about the birds in Assam, India and the amazing woman ornithologist, Dr. Purnima Devi Barman, who is struggling to save them! She is a true inspiration!



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