Share outdoors photos in Department of Fish and Wildlife gallery

March 13, 2012

By Staff

Outdoors enthusiasts in Issaquah and elsewhere can share photos of outdoors adventures through the state Department of Fish and Wildlife’s online gallery.

The agency created the gallery to allow Washingtonians to share photos of fishing, hunting and enjoying the great outdoors.

“This is a great way for outdoor enthusiasts to share their fishing, hunting and wildlife-watching experiences with others,” Wildlife Program Director Nate Pamplin said in a statement. “We know Washingtonians have some great outdoor photos to share.”

Key subjects for the online gallery include fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing, plus scenic photo of Department of Fish and Wildlife-managed wildlife areas. Photos selected for display in the gallery may also be used in other electronic and print publications produced by the department.

Find guidelines for photo submissions at the Department of Fish and Wildlife photo website.

Pamplin said a citizen-submitted photo could appear on the cover of the department’s 2012 Big Game Hunting Pamphlet. Photos for consideration on the cover must be submitted by April 6.

“This year’s theme is youth hunting,” he said. “We’re hoping to use a photo submitted to our photo gallery of a young hunter with their first deer or elk from the 2010 or 2011 hunting season.”

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