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RSPB launches competition to celebrate South Downs wildlife
3:00pm Friday 1st November 2013 in News
THE Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is calling all nature enthusiasts to take part in a photography competition celebrating the South Downs.
The competition aims to capture the landscape and wildlife of the national park, which stretches across 100 miles from Winchester to Eastbourne.
It has four categories: landscapes, wildlife, ‘urban’ wildlife and families enjoying the South Downs.
The judges include local photographers David Plummer and John Dominick and the competition runs until February 28 next year. To find out more visit rspb.org.uk/futurescapes/southdowns.
All submissions will also be posted and available for viewing on the RSPB South Downs Futurescape Flickr photo gallery at flickr.com/photos/rspbsouthdowns.
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