Add a Photo-observation and Win!

Many of you are on the hunt for the prizes for naturalist of the year announced in our last post. Now, by popular demand, we're starting a monthly photo-observation contest here at the Vermont Atlas of Life. We'll choose four photos from observations each month and post them here. Photo observations will be chosen on artistic, scientific and overall "wow" impact. It might be a beautiful shot, an amazing sighting captured, a neat behavior, or whatever catches the editor's eye. We'll ask for a volunteer editor each month to select the four finalists. Next month's editor is Kyle Jones. Let us know if you'd like to be the editor for March. To vote, you simply write a comment for the one you like most. The photograph with the most votes wins.

Vote for January! Voting closes in one week.

  1. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/187338
  2. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/186497
  3. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/174431
  4. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/189239
Posted by kpmcfarland kpmcfarland, 20 February, 2013 12:53

Comments

1. I love these tracks in the snow. So January.

Posted by kpmcfarland almost 10 years ago (Flag)

All birds? :) I guess plants are a bit drab this time of year. Anyway, tough choice but I think I am going with #2. I love the way the cardinal seems to be steeling itself against the snow.

Posted by charlie almost 10 years ago (Flag)

Can I vote for myself? Actually, I don't want to anyway. My vote goes to #4, Jane Ogilvie's beautiful Common Merganser picture.

Posted by rpayne almost 10 years ago (Flag)

I'm going with #2 as well. Never get tired of cardinal shots in winter.

Posted by susanelliott almost 10 years ago (Flag)

1. I love the whole tracking scene when not much else is going on (visibly) in winter. All great photos though.

Posted by kylejones almost 10 years ago (Flag)

I'm voting for that merganser.

Posted by susan3 almost 10 years ago (Flag)

I like the Pine Grosbeak.

Posted by khemeon almost 10 years ago (Flag)

common merg

Posted by joannerusso almost 10 years ago (Flag)

The Common Merganser!

Posted by sallen almost 10 years ago (Flag)

All worthy pictures, but I go with Pine Grosbeak... it's been so nice to have them back this winter, I feel like that pic is one of the ways I'll remember winter 2012/13.

Posted by larry522 almost 10 years ago (Flag)

Voting is Closed! Thanks everyone for participating!

Posted by kpmcfarland almost 10 years ago (Flag)

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