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The Coastal Bend Wildlife Photo Contest

About The Contest

We would like to welcome everyone to the 2009 Contest for our Wildlife in Focus V. This will be the best Contest yet!! Please get out there and take those great "Prize Winning" images.

Orientation will be held January 31, 2009 from 1:00pm - 5:00pm at the

Garden Senior Center
5325 Greeley
Corpus Christi, TX 78412

Our speakers for this event will be Larry Ditto a former Judge for the Coastal Bend Wildlife Photo Contest and Paul Denman a past Participant in the Coastal Bend Wildlife Photo Contest.

We will be handing out orientation packets which will include a copy of the rules, W-9 form, photographer release form, and new this year a listing of websites and field guides to help you in your category identifications.

Read more in the January 2009 Contest Orientation Newletter

Map Quest link

New for 2008: Pay your Contest Registration fees online. Visit the registration page for payment options.


The Coastal Bend Wildlife Photo Contest is held in South Texas on odd-numbered years and is open to any private landowner who submits a registration form from the following counties before January 31, 2009:

The Coastal Bend Wildlife Photo Contest County Map
  • Aransas
  • Bee
  • Calhoun
  • Dewitt
  • Duval
  • Goliad
  • Jim Wells
  • Karnes
  • Kleberg
  • Lavaca
  • Live Oak
  • McMullen
  • Nueces
  • Refugio
  • San Patricio
  • Victoria


Any professional or amateur photographer, of any age, who has submitted registration form to the CBWPC before January 31, 2009.

The Matching Process

If requested, the CBWPC will provide assistance in matching Photographers and Landowners. It is the responsibility of the participants to make their own contacts and arrangements.

Team Responsibilities

Team Responsibilities