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Photography Mentors needed! Each year the Marshall Foundation runs a one day Student Photography Project at the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Boynton Beach (near Bedner’s) to help inspire children to learn about photography and nature. Due to some unfortunate circumstances the project started late this year, and they are in need of photographers to help mentor the children. If you are a photographer and can donate your time in the morning of October 26th, 2013; please let me know and I will put you in contact with the event coordinators. Thank you.
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Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge
30th Annual Photography Contest
Call for Entries
December 8, 2012 to March 3, 2013
For more information visit:
www.evergladesphotosociety.org/loxcontest/
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The 2012 -2013 Federal Duck Stamp goes on sale today.
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Our Mission is to promote conservation, education, and restoration of wildlife and wild places by encouraging people to experience nature through photography.

It’s simple, really. The advent of the digital camera has spurred a huge revival in photography as a hobby. Many new photographers are inspired by the wonderful images that they have seen of the natural world and would like to try to create similar images. However, it takes more than just a camera to truly represent nature’s beauty. You have to have a certain amount of determination and, most of all, an understanding of the environment itself, in order to capture it in a photograph. That’s what EPS is all about. EPS strives to help and encourage the budding nature photographer to look beyond just taking images and to help preserve the environments that make taking these inspirational photographs possible.