2020-30-6 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
The 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards is open to all photographers and offers generous prizes for your creativity in raising the awareness of conservation through a humourous, upbeat and positive association with wild animals.
The simple idea behind it is that "we strongly believe humour and positivity have a major role to play in building awareness, interest and eventually action towards protecting the animals that live on this planet".
Entries close 30 June, 2020, so ENTER NOW!
For further detail, please visit https://www.comedywildlifephoto.com.
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