Cheshire Wildlife Trust photo competition

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Cheshire Wildlife Trust are seeking entrants with photos of Cheshire's wonderful wildlife and landscapes for their 2019 calendar which will go on sale later this year.

The trust says "Check for wildlife in your garden or head out into our beautiful countryside and start snapping. From bees to birds and gardens to nature reserves and living landscapes, we're looking for the special species and places you can find in our fabulous county.

Wherever you watch nature, make sure you've got your camera to capture it."

The 12 best entries will each feature as a full A4 page in the trust's 2019 calendar and the winning photographers will receive a free copy of the calendar.

The overall winner will see their photo on the front cover and 12 runner up photos will feature throughout the calendar.

Winners will be announced in June/July through our Facebook page and Twitter feed as well as in our Autumn 2018 membership magazine.

Closing date for the competition is 31st May.

For more details and how to enter visit the trust's website here.

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