Enter Hunting for the Best Shot: Moments in Conservation Wildlife Photography Contest
The International Wildlife Museum is committed to wildlife conservation and this Invitational Photography Exhibition is designed to encourage photographers to capture a conservation message through photographs of live wildlife. Conservation is the wise use of our natural resources, including wildlife. The International Wildlife Museum promotes science-based conservation and sustainable use wildlife management.
The winning photographs and honorable mentions will be on display in the International Wildlife Museum starting November 18, 2016.
Prizes will be awarded in the following categories:
Professional (considered professional if you have had work published and/or sold in the last 5 years)
Amateur Youth, ages 12 & younger
Amateur Young Adult, ages 13-17
Amateur Adult, ages 18 & up
Best Digitally Altered (Photoshop)
People’s Choice (Facebook Contest)
To view complete rules, more information about the contest and to submit your photos, please visit Exhibits Page.
Each person may enter up to three photographs. The photographs must be taken of animals in the wild, not in captivity.
6-8pm: Join us for nocturnal animal activities, outside stargazing with Tucson Amateur Astronomy & Ocean Animal activities with U of A Marine Awareness & Conservation Society!
The Arizona American Wilderness Leadership School (AAWLS) is professional development for educators. It is about learning to use the outdoors as a classroom and about learning to incorporate conservation education lessons into existing K-12 curriculum content: math, science, language arts, social studies, physical education and art. Educators will have the opportunity to earn 16 continuing education hours.
5-7pm: So many fun and spooky activities under one roof! This event is great for all ages. Halloween crafts, games, live animal encounters and a haunted house! Bring your trick or treat bags and come on out! Everything is included with regular museum admission.