With the support of Unique Photo, the Raptor Trust Photography has organized an exciting contest for young and emerging photographers. This photography competition comes with three special categories, which are: Raptors in Action, Wonderful Waterfowl and Spring Songbirds. Applicants can send their entry for one of these categories they like. Each candidate is allowed to submit a maximum of three photos. This program has been created for all adults age 18 and older in the United States. This competition has been initiated with the purpose of making available a platform where young photographers, who are targeting this industry, can compete with others, strengthen their talent and gain recognization.
Whether you are a professional who has started working in this field and is earning well or just a novice learning, this contest will surely suit your needs. You can test your skills that you have developed in the field of photography and gain experience of competing in this kind of programs while winning amazing prizes. If you have not embarked on the journey of becoming a photographer yet, then this could be the right starting point where you can start from or if you are already working as a professional photographer, but you want to gain more recognization or money to invest in your endeavours, then this contest is something that you would not want to miss. So choose your favourite category and click your photo as per it to send to win fantastic perks.
The Raptor Trust was formed by Len Soucy, who was genuinely concerned for the well-being of raptors and interested in nature and, mainly, birds of prey. With the assistance of his wife, Diane and son, Chris, Len took a thoughtful initiative toward caring for the injured raptors. Len started a small backyard hospital where Len, with his family and some volunteers, used to provide medical aid to the raptors. By the time his work started getting recognization, and the number of birds brought to his small backyard hospital increased. By the end of the 1970’s hundreds of birds of all kinds, not just raptors were brought to his hospital for treatment. In starting, Len and his wife financed the hospital by themselves but by the early ’80s, their project got bigger, and they could not afford to finance their expenses. In 1982 the operation was named The Raptor Trust and established.
Get the quick information through this table:
|Organization||Raptor Trust Photography|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|City||Long Hill Township|
|Application Deadline||July 15, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible?
This program is open to all adults age 18 and older in the United States. Both professional and amateur can apply.
How to Apply
Interested candidates can apply for this program through the online portal of Raptor Trust Photography, where they will be presented with an online application form that should be completed with all correct and legit information. Incomplete and fake information can lead to disqualification.
Winners will get the following benefits:
- Unique Photo will feature all winning photos in their gallery.
- A winner for each category will be selected, and these six winners will receive a Raptor Trust gift bag.
- A “Best in Show” photo will be chosen from the category winners in the professional and amateur divisions. These two winners will receive a private, guided tour of The Raptor Trust and a photo session with some of The Raptor Trust’s educational ambassador birds.
Applications will close on July 15, 2021. Please send your application as early as possible if you are looking for the best consideration.