#CarolinianLove Photo Contest - 2019 Winning Photos
The 2019 photo contests has ended. Thanks to everyone who has submitted and donated their photos!
read the contest rules for more information.
Thank you to our Photographers!
We invited the people of Ontario to “Show Us Their Love…of Nature” and donate their best photos as a contribution to Carolinian Canada’s outstanding conservation work. Each of their photos are indeed worth a thousand words and will be used to inspire stewardship of the biodiversity of the Carolinian Zone. Photos can be donated year-round.
White-crowned Sparrow - Backyard Guests
Wildlife and Landscapes
Snowberry Clearwing nectaring on a Buttonbush flower
Endangered Blanding's turtle sunning on a log
Vernal Pool in Spring - Point Pelee National Park
People in Nature
A mysterious little critter house. Children explore while they compare their imaginations and what the evidence tells them of a wildlife habitat component.
Jumping over a fallen log at Wheatley Provincial Park
Avian First Aid - This female Yellow Warbler flew into the side of a black SUV. Stunned, the bird was picked up and kept warm until it perked up eight minutes later and flew to perch in a tree.
Trail Signs produced by a small business and promoting local enterprises.
A Monarch butterfly in the registered Monarch Waystation garden at the Monarchs on Avon B&B that offers green tourism.
Thank you to all of our photographers!
We also want to give a huge THANK YOU to our sponsor…
If you would like to sponsor this initiative in future years, or perhaps be a contributing partner, please let us know. Contact email@example.com
Keep the #CAROLINIANLOVE Coming!