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Father and cub
Father and cub.
Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana.
Conor L. Myhrvold (Seattle, Washington), 2009.
About the Exhibit

The International Conservation Photography Awards (ICP Awards) is a worldwide photography competition focusing on conservation and the environment. The biennial juried photo competition, includes
the 3-month exhibit at the Burke Museum, Seattle, an online exhibit, publication in a national photography magazine, and a slide show for use in community outreach and global on-line entertainment and education. The 3-month exhibit as presented in this Web site, highlights the images, the Burke Museum's community partners, and sponsors that made the exhibit possible.

Winning photographs from each of the following categories will be displayed in the exhibit, along with honorable mentions: Landscape, Flora, Wildlife, Underwater, Natural Environment at Risk, and one category new this year – Community at Risk, which focuses on environmental threats to urban areas. Two other categories that are truly unique to this competition are: Documenting a Conservation Project, which features images from photographers who have personal involvement in an ongoing conservation project, and Puget Sound at Risk, a regional category sponsored by the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance. The competition also includes a Student category for those under 18 years of age or in school. 

A special prize will be given to the recipient of the "Art Wolfe Award" for a photograph that exemplifies his founding vision of the ICP Awards to raise conservation awareness globally.

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