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New Jersey’s Wildlife on Display

August 7th, 2012

CWF Facebook Cover Photo Contest – Vote Today!

We recently decided to have a photo contest to choose a new cover photo for our Facebook page. We wanted to do this as a way to engage people with our work and generate some conversations around the wildlife photographs we received.

Black Skimmer by Zachary Kirby.

We were thrilled to receive an amazing response to the contest and today we opened voting on 89 photos submitted from across New Jersey. Yes, we received a lot of photos of ospreys which speaks to their photogenic quality and the fact that many photographers are down the shore this season. We also received photographs of a wide range of species – mostly birds but also reptiles, amphibians, insects and a mammal.

The album of 89 photos represents New Jersey’s biodiversity in all its glory. The album also represents New Jersey’s geography and clearly illustrates how habitats occur across the state from the busiest beaches to urban parks and from National Wildlife Refuges to suburban backyards.

Check out our Facebook page  and the cover photo contest album.  Be sure to LIKE our page and cast your vote for a new cover photo (just “like” the photos you want to vote for).  You can vote for as many photos as you want.

The photo with the most likes becomes our cover photo. Voting closes on Friday at 12:00 pm.

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