Voting Ends 6/30/2020 at 11:59:59 PM Pacific Time

Go Wild Photo Contest

Join us in celebrating wildlife and help support the Whatcom Humane Society wildlife rehabilitation center.

The WHS Go Wild Photo Contest is an online photo contest to recognize and appreciate photos of wildlife in the wild, where they belong! Starting May 1, 2020, we invite you to enter your favorite wildlife photos to our contest. It's easy to participate! Submit your favorite photo, then get your family and friends to vote for your picture. Voting begins immediately!


Categories:
  • Pacific Northwest Wildlife (Washington, Oregon, British Columbia)
  • Native Wildlife Found Outside of the Pacific Northwest
Winners in each category will be based on the number of online votes they receive between May 1st – June 30th, 2020.

A 3rd "judges" choice category will be available – with Staff members of the WHS wildlife rehabilitation center voting.

Prizes will be awarded to 1st and 2nd place in each category.


About Us
Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit the daily operations at the Whatcom Humane Society wildlife rehabilitation center, which cares for thousands of injured and orphaned wildlife each year.

Since 2014 the Whatcom Humane Society has provided wildlife rehabilitation services to injured and orphaned wildlife. The WHS wildlife rehabilitation center facility is the only full service wildlife rehabilitation center in Whatcom County.

The WHS wildlife rehabilitation center is licensed to operate by the Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife. The center employs specially trained staff, including two State licensed wildlife rehabilitators and a licensed veterinary technician. The center is supported by dedicated seasonal and year-round volunteers and interns who assist staff and help maintain the center's daily operations.

The goal of the WHS wildlife rehabilitation center is to rehabilitate and release animals back into their native habitat and educate the community about how to humanely co-exist with wildlife.

This past year, the wildlife rehabilitation center provided medical treatment, care, comfort and services to over 2,100 wild animals including: deer, bald eagles, swans, owls, hawks, opossums, raccoons, skunk, robins, crows, ducks, squirrels, beavers, marine mammals, gulls and rabbits.

The center is staffed 7 days a week, 365 days a year and is funded entirely by private donations and receives no State, City or County funds.


Questions
Contact Dana Browne at: events@whatcomhumane.org or call (360) 733-2080, ext # 3014.

Leaderboard

Pacific Northwest Native Wildlife (Washington, Oregon, British Columbia)

1st
Barred Owl - Which way to Go
95 Votes
2nd
Snail
75 Votes
3rd
Owl
55 Votes
4th
Barred Owl
52 Votes
5th
Heron
52 Votes
6th
Mother's Day
50 Votes
7th
Busy Bee
50 Votes
8th
owl
40 Votes
9th
Hummingbird relief
35 Votes
10th
orca in the san juans
27 Votes
11th
Douglas squirrel
20 Votes
12th
Raccoon
20 Votes
13th
Heron
20 Votes
14th
Juvenile River Otters - Lummi Estuary
15 Votes

Native Wildlife Found Outside of the Pacific Northwest

1st
Bison - Teddy Roosevelt National Park, ND
6 Votes
2nd
Gila Monster in the wild in Apache Junction
2 Votes
3rd
Yellow Tang with Cleaner Wrasse - Hawaii
0 Votes

Raised $1,047
Goal $10,000

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