Results of the Best Photo of the Week Ended 25 Jan 2014

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We are delighted to announce the RESULTS of our latest “Best Photo of the Week” Competition. First Prize is awarded to Michael Tweddle for his outstanding photo ‘Inca Tern’. Thomas Nierle wins Second Prize with ‘Winter – European pygmy owl’ and Third Prize goes to Lisa J. Waggoner for ‘Baby Love’ (see images below).

‘Inca Tern’ by Michael Tweddle
‘Winter – European pygmy owl’ by Thomas Nierle
‘Baby Love’ by Lisa J. Waggoner
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1) The photo must have been taken by you, and you own the copyright.
2) The photo description must include a caption and your name.
2) Entries will be limited to one original photo per person.
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5) Photos not in accordance with conditions of entry may be excluded.
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Carol Lynn
Carol Lynn

A wonderful site, thank you, showcasing the absolute beauty of our wildlife.

Elsa Camacho

besos y abrazos al ganador del primer puesto!!!!!!!

Rita Esmilda Ygnacio Villavicencio

linda foto

Rita Esmilda Ygnacio Villavicencio

felicidades se lo merece!!!!!!!

Marcela Kedzierski
Marcela Kedzierski

Wow felicitaciones Michael !!!!!!!! Te mereces el premio y te van a seguir llegando más por tremendo talento, bien merecido!!!

Jsika P Chang
Jsika P Chang

Felicitaciones Michael!!

Cathy Tweddle

QUE BIEN MICHAEL, TE FELICITO !!!!

Tweddle Foto

All the thanks for those votes to my Inca Tern picture. Good way to promote and protect world´s wildlife and in my home country PERÚ.
Gracias por esos votos para el Inca Tern o Gaviotin Zarcillo Peruano. Linda manera de dar a conocer y proteger nuestra fauna silvestre. GRACIAS MIL a todos…teamwork!!!