Show others how much you appreciate nature in our province by sharing your best Manitoba nature pics through our photography contest, running from February 9 to 22, 2021. Wildlife, landscapes, backcountry hikes, backyard adventures — we want to see it all!
Our team at CPAWS Manitoba will select three winners, plus everyone who submits a photo will be entered into a random draw for one more prize. You can enter up to five photos, so the more you enter, the higher chance you have to win the draw!
Want yet another chance to win? In addition to submitting your photo through the online form, post your photo on your Instagram feed with the hashtag #CPAWSSafeAtHome, and you’ll be entered into another random draw strictly for those who share their entry on Instagram!
And yet another bonus: the first 25 people who submit their photos will receive a CPAWS Manitoba sticker!
How to Enter
Complete the online entry form. For the bonus Instagram draw, post the photo on your feed with the hashtag #CPAWSSafeAtHome. If you have a private account, send us a screenshot by email to show us that you posted on Instagram.
The contest runs from February 9 to 22, 2021. Winners will be notified by February 28, 2021.
The following prizes will be awarded:
- 1st place: $100 Atmosphere gift card, CPAWS Manitoba hoodie, CPAWS Manitoba T-shirt, CPAWS Manitoba sticker, Up North: Manitoba’s Last Frontier by Hans Arnold
- 2nd place: $50 Atmosphere gift card, CPAWS Manitoba hoodie, CPAWS Manitoba sticker
- 3rd place: $25 Atmosphere gift card, CPAWS Manitoba T-shirt, CPAWS Manitoba sticker
- Random draw for all entries: $25 Atmosphere gift card, CPAWS Manitoba T-shirt, CPAWS Manitoba sticker
- Random draw for those who post entries on Instagram with hashtag #CPAWSSafeAtHome: CPAWS Manitoba hoodie, CPAWS Manitoba sticker
Rules and Regulations
Please read the contest rules and regulations here. If there is an identifiable person in your photograph, they must sign the Model Release Form, found here.
Safe at Home in Nature
Nature has been here for us during the pandemic.
Parks became a refuge for people seeking safe spaces to escape the stress of the world. Provincial campsites were fully booked on summer weekends. Trails were so popular parking lots overflowed onto highways.
CPAWS Manitoba wants to help maintain and grow this positive connection to nature. That’s why we’re providing resources and online events that connect people to nature from the safety and comforts of home. Let Manitoba’s wild spaces be a refuge for you and your family.
This contest is meant to encourage Manitobans to safely spend time outdoors, appreciating the beauty of our wild spaces, as part of our Safe at Home efforts.