Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Wildlife For Everyone Invites Photographers To The Tom Ridge Wetlands Preserve In Centre County To Enter Photo Contest

The Wildlife for Everyone Foundation is inviting entries to its Autumn In The Wetlands Photo Contest at the Tom Ridge Wetlands Preserve in Centre County. The deadline for entries is October 14.
The contest is open to amateur photographers-never having been paid for a photo or had a photo published.
Photos taken between September 23 and October 14 can be entered in one of two categories: Youth-- 17 and under or Adult-- 18 and older.  Photos can be of anything nature related-plants, wildlife, sunset, Bald Eagle Creek- as long as the picture was taken at the Tom Ridge Wetlands.
"What is the Tom Ridge Wetlands?" The Tom Ridge Wetlands is a wetlands owned by Wildlife for Everyone. It borders Bald Eagle Creek. 
Wildlife for Everyone is developing an all accessible nature trail on the property, which will enable everyone regardless of physical limitations, the privilege of enjoying nature. There will even be an all accessible fishing pier on Bald Eagle Creek. 
"Where is the Tom Ridge Wetlands?" The Tom Ridge Wetlands is located along Route 220 between Port Matilda and Julian. 
Click Here for more information about the Autumn in the Wetlands Photography Contest email or call 814-238-3813. 
For more information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and how you can get involved, visit the Wildlife for Everyone Foundation website.

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