Saturday, October 14, 2023

DEC announces photography contest featuring NY moose

Moose

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC) has recently announced a brand new photo contest for everyone to participate in. The theme—Moose. Specifically, NY Moose. So, if you have any photos of moose that you’d like to submit for the contest, continue reading.

How to enter: You can start submitting your photos of NYS moose now through November 10. The submission process for this contest is relatively simple. Follow this link: https://arcg.is/1KLyiX1 and fill out the form, along with uploading your photo to the form. We will be selecting our top 5 favorite photos, with 1 winner and 4 runners-up.
What do I win?: Our first place winner will have their photo included in an upcoming issue of the Conservationist, along with a free year subscription to the Conservationist, and copy of our New York State Wildlife Guide. Our four runners-up will also receive a free year subscription to the Conservationist, along with a copy of the wildlife guide.
Disclaimer: No small print. The NYS DEC is in no way taking ownership of your photos. Submitted images may be used for social media outreach and DEC agency materials, with credit attributed to the photographer.
Photo at top by Steve Spudie, provided by the NYS DEC.

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Information attributed to NYSDEC is taken from press releases and news announcements from New York State's Department of Environmental Conservation.




3 Responses

  1. Jeff Nadler says:

    Please advise DEC that the input form does not allow upload of jpg which is the most common photo file format.

  2. April Percy says:

    Cannot load photos for moose contest from that link. Any suggestions?

  3. Maria Worth says:

    Excited about this contest, but cannot upload my pic as it is a jpg file. Will this format become available as an option before the contest deadline?

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