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April 2015 Photo Contest: Wild selfies

Your creativity behind the camera lens could win you bragging rights! Enter the WWF Photo Contest and your photo and name could be featured in next month’s e-newsletter.

Did you know, nearly 90 per cent of Canadians say they feel happier when they are connected to nature?* It is something we experience and benefit from each day. Whether it’s taking a hike, riding a bike or cleaning up our shores, we want to see how you are engaging with nature this month with your wild selfies!

A selfie is a photo of oneself, or with others holding the camera at arm’s length. © Christina Reinhardt

A selfie is a photo of oneself, or with others holding the camera at arm’s length. © Christina Reinhardt

While you’re outside, think about what you could do to connect your whole community with nature. We are currently accepting applications for Go Wild, and will award five projects up to $1,000 to help nature thrive. Hurry – the deadline to apply is April 15.

Last month’s Graeme Loader Photography Board was full of beautiful water photos from coast-to-coast-to-coast. Congratulations to Catherine N. from Mississauga, Ontario, whose beautiful photo of Albion Falls in Hamilton was selected as our March photo contest winner. Thanks so much to everyone who shared their wonderful photos of lakes, streams, oceans and more! You can view them all here.

The photo was taken at Albion Falls in Hamilton, Ontario. © Catherine N.

The photo was taken at Albion Falls in Hamilton, Ontario. © Catherine N.

Join us in our special online community to share the beauty of our country. The winner will be featured in our April e-newsletter.

*Reference from Ipsos Reid (2011)


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