Watch the birdies, enter photo contest
People who watch birds or takes photos of them can enter the 30th BirdSpotter contest sponsored by Project FeederWatch at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
The citizen-science project collects observations about feeder birds from November through early April.
The 16-week photo contest kick off Nov. 7 with the photo category, “Birds with Food or at the Feeder.” Every other Monday, a new photo category will be announced. Upload your best picture and start voting. Each contest runs from Monday through midnight the following Thursday. Two photo winners will be chosen every other week – most votes and judges choice. Winners are announced every other Friday and will be entered to win the grand prize.
One entry per person per challenge. Contest runs through March 2.
For more information, visit http://feederwatch.org/birdspotter2016/.
The FeederWatch season starts Nov. 12. Registered FeederWatchers can win BirdSpotter prizes by simply entering data and sharing their best tips, stories, and bird-watching memories. When participants submit bird counts, they will see a “Share your story” prompt and an “Enter to Win” button on their Count Summary page. Four different prompts will be advertised throughout the contest and winners will be randomly selected. Not a FeederWatcher: Visit http://feederwatch.org/join-or-renew/.
Gloria MazurePost Author
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