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Baltimore Oriole by Linda Peterson

Category 5: Woodpeckers and Nuthatches

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DÉROULEMENT DU CONCOURS

  1. 1Un lundi sur deux, un concours-photos BirdSpotter sera organisé. Vous découvrirez alors le type de photo que nous souhaitons voir.
  2. 2Téléchargez votre meilleure photo et commencez à voter! Chaque catégorie de concours se déroule du lundi au jeudi suivant à minuit.
  3. 3Il y aura deux gagnants une semaine sur deux : la photo ayant reçu le plus de votes et le « choix des juges ». Les gagnants seront annoncés un vendredi sur deux et leur nom sera inscrit à un tirage pour courir la chance de gagner le Grand prix! Inscrivez-vous au blogue FeederWatch (en anglais) pour recevoir toutes les histoires derrière les lauréats BirdSpotter directement dans votre boîte de réception.
SVP : une inscription par défi et par personne.
Contest runs November 12th through March 7th.

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Current Photo Challenge

Category 5: Woodpeckers and Nuthatches

All species of woodpeckers & nuthatches are welcome!

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DERNIÈRES SOUMISSIONS

ENCORE PLUS DE MANIÈRES DE GAGNER!

PRIX DE SAISIE DE DONNÉES

Les FeederWatchers inscrits peuvent gagner des prix BirdSpotter en saisissant simplement des données et en communiquant leurs meilleurs conseils, histoires et souvenirs d’observations d’oiseaux. Lorsque les participants soumettent un décompte d’oiseaux, ils verront un bouton « Partager votre histoire » et « Inscrivez-vous pour gagner » apparaître sur la page de leur résumé de compte. Quatre invitations différentes seront envoyées pendant le concours et les gagnants seront choisis au hasard. Vous n’êtes pas un FeederWatcher? Inscrivez-vous!

PRIX D’OISEAUX SAUVAGES SUGGÉRÉS SANS LIMITE

Les gagnants des cartes-cadeaux devront se rendre dans leur magasin WBU le plus proche pour les échanger.

  • WBU EcoTough Classic Hopper Feeder with bag of No-Mess Blend 5lbs

    $100 Prize Range
    EcoClean Tube Feeder with bag of No-Mess Blend 20lbs.

    • EcoClean Medium Tube Feeder - Wild Birds Unlimited was the first to launch EcoClean® product protection to the hobby of backyard bird feeding. EcoClean products includes antimicrobial product protection.
    • No-Mess Blend 20lbs - Our No-Mess Blends include a mix of sunflower chips, hulled white millet and shelled peanuts, foods which appeal to birds that eat at the feeder or on the ground. No shells. No mess. 100% edible!
  • WBU EcoTough Classic Hopper Feeder with bag of No-Mess Blend 5lbs

    $100 Prize Range
    WBU EcoTough Classic Hopper Feeder with bag of No-Mess Blend 5lbs.

    • EcoTough Classic Hopper Feeder - EcoTough Classic Bird Feeder. Imagine a wood-free bird feeder that actually looks like wood! Our EcoTough® Classic won't crack, fade or rot and has a lifetime guarantee.
    • No-Mess Blend 5lbs - Our No-Mess Blends include a mix of sunflower chips, hulled white millet and shelled peanuts, foods which appeal to birds that eat at the feeder or on the ground. No shells. No mess. 100% edible!
  • WBU The Eliminator Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder

    $100 Prize Range
    Eliminator

    • Eliminator - The Eliminator Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder. Protect your bird seed bounty from squirrels with our Eliminator™ bird feeder. When a squirrel touches the perch ring, its weight closes the seed ports, foiling its seed-stealing plot.
  • WBU The Eliminator Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder

    $100 Prize Range
    Exclusive WBU foods

    • WBU Bird Food - Try an array of bird foods available exclusively at Wild Birds Unlimited. No bird food attracts more species of birds than Jim's Birdacious® Bark Butter®. Created by Jim Carpenter, founder of Wild Birds Unlimited.
  • WBU APS Basic Setup with a Baffle, EcoClean Seed Tube & EcoClean Finch Feeder

    $250 Prize Range
    APS Basic Setup with a Baffle, EcoClean Seed Tube & EcoClean Finch Feeder, with one 20lbs. bag of seed

    • APS - Our patented, exclusive Advanced Pole System®. Poles stay straight, looks great! Additional pieces are available to customize your bird feeding station. Add the perfect bird feeder to your station to attract your favorite birds. Attach a baffle to deter nuisance critters like squirrels.
    • No-Mess Blends - Our No-Mess Blends include a mix of sunflower chips, hulled white millet and shelled peanuts, foods which appeal to birds that eat at the feeder or on the ground. No shells. No mess. 100% edible!

Weekly Prizes

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology & Wild Birds Unlimited

Weekly Prizes from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Grand Prizes

First Place

First Place Prizes

Second Place

Second Place Prizes

Third Place

Third Place Prizes

2018-19 Contest Schedule

Vous voulez planifier vos soumissions et voir quand les gagnants seront annoncés? Voici un aperçu du calendrier des concours de la saison.

Concours de photos

Catégorie 1:

Birds with Food, or at the Feeder

Montrez-nous vos oiseaux affamés!

Acceptation des soumissions:
November 12 - 22

Winners: November 23

Catégorie 2:

Chickadees and Titmice only

Crowd favorites! Send your photos of any species of chickadee or titmouse.

Acceptation des soumissions:
November 26 - December 6

Winners: December 14

Catégorie 3:

Suif et sucré

Ces quelques calories en trop sont délicieuses et nutritives. Quels oiseaux adorent un festin à base de suif?

Acceptation des soumissions:
December 10 - December 20

Winners: December 28

Catégorie 4:

Oiseaux en vol

Show us some flying birds!

Acceptation des soumissions:
December 24 - January 3

Winners: January 11

Catégorie 5:

Woodpeckers and Nuthatches

All species of woodpeckers and nuthatches are welcome!

Acceptation des soumissions:
January 7 - January 17

Winners: January 25

Catégorie 6:

Cardinals and Friends

Show us birds from the cardinal family – that includes grosbeaks, Dickcissels, tanagers, and buntings too!

Acceptation des soumissions:
January 21 - January 31

Winners: February 8

Catégorie 7:

The Unexpected

Surprise us!

Acceptation des soumissions:
February 4 - February 14

Winners: February 22

Catégorie 8:

L’ennui, c’est beau

Des oiseaux considérés par certains comme « ennuyeux » sont au cœur de notre ensemble de données. Présentez-nous vos amis de tous les jours qui se pressent à vos mangeoires!

Acceptation des soumissions:
February 18 - February 28

Winners: March 1

Grand prix
March 2 - March 7

March 2 - March 7

Winners: March 8

Concours de saisie des données

Catégorie 1

Soumission:
November 18 - 29

Winner: December 7

Do you FeederWatch with someone special, or do you enjoy watching in quiet solitude? Whether it’s with a family member, a pet, or your favorite coffee mug, tell us how you like to FeederWatch!

Catégorie 2

Soumission:
November 30 - December 27

Winner: January 4

What has helped you to become a better FeederWatcher? Do you have advice for people looking to get better at attracting, identifying, or counting birds?

Catégorie 3

Soumission:
December 28 - January 24

Winner: February 1

Regularly watching your feeder area gives you a greater chance at witnessing an incredible event! Tell us about a memorable moment that occurred at or near your feeders.

Catégorie 4

Soumission:
January 25 - February 21

Winner: March 1

What’s your favorite bird to see at your feeders? Do you wait all season for a glimpse of it, or does it come every day? Share with us what makes that species so special to see at your feeders!

PRIX FEEDERWATCH EN CLASSE

Schools winners announced December 21, January 18, and February 15