Bird feeder bird photo- house and american finch

This event is open to all students, ages 8-17.

GUIDELINES:

Student will build a homemade bird feeder out of a used milk carton and set it up outdoors for the purpose of helping wild birds that are indigenous to the student's neighborhood or region. Parents of students who wish to submit their entries to Audubon will submit a photograph of the student with their bird feeder placed in its proper location outdoors.

Parent or legal guardian will submit with the photograph a completed official "Entry Form" indicating their acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. The parent's or guardian's submission of an official entry form verifies that the parent or guardian has read the guidelines and restrictions and accepts all of the conditions. Entries received without a completed official Entry form will not be accepted. No entries will be accepted from persons under the age of 18.

Photographs of homemade birdfeeder projects from each of three age groups (8-10, 11-13 and 14-17) will be displayed on Audubon's web site from on or about: April 22, 2010 (Earth Day) through October 1, 2010.

DEADLINE:

Submit your artwork any time between April 1 and September 30, 2010.

To submit your entry online, go here. If you prefer, you may submit your entry via regular postal mail. To do so, download this form and send with your photograph to:

Audubon Adventures
Kids' Bird Feeder Exhibit
225 Varick Street (7th floor)
New York, NY 10014

RESTRICTIONS:

Audubon is not responsible for the loss or damage of materials submitted for the exhibit. No material will be returned to entrants. Entry in this exhibit indicates acceptance of the guidelines and restrictions.

All submitted photographs become the property of National Audubon Society, Inc. and will not be returned. Audubon reserves the right to publish and reproduce submissions in any medium without payment in regard to publication, exhibition or promotion, including in Audubon brochures and newsletters, the Audubon Adventures newspaper and Audubon magazine.

CONTACT:

For more information please contact Elaine O'Sullivan via email (eosullivan [at] audubon.org), or call 212-979-3184.