One week left for Delaware’s youth hunting photo contest

    Here’s a niche if there ever was one: young hunters in Delaware.

    The state’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is still taking submissions for the Division of Fish and Wildlife’s Delaware Hunting Photo Contest, but not for much longer. Friday, Dec. 16 is the deadline.

    Delawareans can submit as many as three photos, but those shots must depict youth participating in Delaware hunting activities. The winning photo will appear on the cover or inside the 2012-2013 Delaware Hunting and Trapping Guide.


    Photos must meet the following standards and represent the “promise of the future”

    8 x 10 paper prints
    no frames, markings or signatures
    entrant must hold the rights to the photo

    More information and submission instructions are available on the DNREC’s website. The contest is part of the division’s 100th anniversary: “Celebrating 100 Years of Fish and Wildlife Conservation: Reflecting on the Past, Moving into the Future.”

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