Win the class trip of a lifetime with Sierra Club BC’s Nature Photo Contest!

This school year, get outside to connect with nature—and you could win big!

Sierra Club BC wants you to show us what you’re doing to enjoy the outdoors. All you need to do is submit a photo taken while connecting with nature, and you’ll be entered for a chance to win a special prize package for your entire class!

What you’ll win

Class Field Trip with Eagle Wing Tours for up to 30 students and chaperones, including:

2+ Hour “Educational Marine Wildlife Tour” – On this tour, you will see a diverse selection of wintering birds, seals, sea lions & Race Rocks lighthouse. Our professional and knowledgeable captain and crew are eager to tell you about Victoria’s large population of marine wildlife. One of Vancouver Island’s many perks is its year round lively wildlife!

The Boat: The vessel for this tour will be the Hybrid Covered Catamaran with Open & Closed Seating. “4 Ever Wild” offers both an indoor viewing area with movie theatre style seating, as well as a deck where you can feel the wind on your face! We provide you with parkas, blankets, sunglasses, and sunscreen, to keep you comfortable!  There are also onboard washrooms. The Catamaran provides a safe and exhilarating ocean adventure that will leave you inspired!

Prize package also includes:

Group Admission to the Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea

Class Field Trip Transportation by Wilson’s Transportation

Year-End Class Pool Party at Hotel Zed

Click for Full Contest Rules and Information

This contest is for parents, educators and guardians of students, not for children themselves. To enter, you must be age 19 or older and a legal resident of British Columbia. Contestants may only make one photo submission; multiple entries by the same person will not be considered.

Contestants must submit a photo taken outside while connecting to nature in their local environment. NOTE: If you do not wish for a photo of your child to be used, you may simply submit a photo of nature instead. All photos may be used for commercial purposes by Sierra Club BC and participating sponsorship partners, and all legal rights including model releases of any people, especially children, depicted in submitted photos will be granted with full disclosure to participating organizations for use in print, web, video, social media, and as needed.

Winner will be selected at random and must be able to answer a skill-testing question. Field trip must depart from either the Greater Victoria Area or the Greater Vancouver Area. Transportation outside of those areas may be arranged, but cost is not included. Any additional students or chaperones beyond 30 persons will be charged at group rates.

Contest closes March 21. The winner will be announced on April 1, 2017 and the field trip will take place on May 2, 2017. 

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