Photo competition 2019 enters the home straight

Amphibian of the year 2019 and 4th place in last year's photo competition: Alpine newt in T-Rex-Pose © Vittorio Ricci

The countdown has started: March 31 is the deadline of the photo competition „European treasures of Nature 2019”. Benefit from the spring weather and start your search for photo subjects! Send your most beautiful photographs depicting the European nature to photo(at)euronatur.org. If you need some more inspiration, visit our website displaying the 12 winning photos and other outstanding pictures.

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