The winners of the 10th Audubon Photography Contest were announced

The winners of the 10th Audubon Photography Contest were announced

North American Birds, With Their Legendary And Stunning Beauty, Are One Of The Most Attractive Wildlife Photography Subjects. 

In the future, stay with us to watch some of these beauties in the selected works of the Audubon photography contest.

Audubon National Society, a non-profit environmental organization, announced the winners of its 10th annual photo contest on the legendary birds of North America from among nearly 2,000 entries.

In the 2019 competition, in addition to the grand prize, professional, amateur, and youth categories, awards were also presented to the winners in two new categories: the tip of the “Plants for Birds” category for a work that shows the interaction of birds with native plants of the region.

The best possible presentation and the Fisher Award (in honor of Kevin Fisher, director emeritus of the collection) to the photograph with the most creative approach among the works of other sections.

To watch these beautiful works.

Photography Competition

Grand Prize Winner, Kathryn Sawada

Photography Competition

Professional category winner, Elizabeth Boehm

Photography Competition

The winner of the amateur category, Mariam Kamal

Photography Competition

The winner of the youth category, Sebastian Velasquez

Photography Competition

Winner of Plants for Birds, Michael Schulte

Photography Competition

Fisher Award winner Lee Deng

Photography Competition

Special mention in the professional category, Kevin Abbey

Photography Competition

Special recognition in the amateur division, Melissa Ravel

Photography Competition

Special recognition in the youth section, Garrett Sheets

In addition to being published in the summer 2019 edition of the association’s journal, these works will be displayed at the biennial Audubon conference that will be held this month, as well as in a special exhibition tour that will stop at Audubon branches and centers across the United States.

Visit the collection’s website to learn more about the Audubon population and compare this year’s selections to previous years.