The Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) is running a nature photography competition to showcase Kent’s beautiful green spaces and amazing wild plants and animals. This event is part of the celebrations for the University of Kent’s 50th Anniversary.
The competition is open to anyone living in the county and participants are encouraged to submit photos that show what they love about Kent’s wildlife and natural places. The winning photo could be taken on your doorstep, on your journey home or on a day out to the countryside or coast. Each image should also be accompanied by a short description that sums up why the subject of the photo is important to you.
DICE is part of the School of Anthropology and Conservation at the University of Kent and specialises in teaching and research that puts people at the heart of conservation. The competition is funded through the generosity of the University of Kent and The Wildwood Trust.
The closing date of the competition is Friday 4th September 2015.
Winner in 16 and over category: £100 + Wildwood Photo Day (worth £79)
Winner in 15 and under category: £100 + Wildwood Photo Day (worth £79)
Runner-up in 16 and over category: £50
Runner-up in 15 and under category: £50.
5 ‘Highly Commended’ prizes: free entry for one person to Wildwood.
Full details of the competition and how to enter can be found on our website.