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Army Reserve Sustainability Programs is hosting its first "Go Wild" Digital Photography Contest in honor of World Environment Day, which is bringing worldwide awareness to wildlife causes this year.

Soldiers and Civilians of all ages may capture photographs of wildlife including animals, plants and insects and submit them to by Sunday, June 26. All entries should include the photographer's name, the location where the photograph was captured, the name of the species in the photograph, and the title of the photograph.

The winner will receive some eco-friendly swag, and the winning photograph may be featured in future Army Reserve Sustainability Programs publications, such as the "Soldiers for Sustainability" quarterly newsletter.

Photos submitted must be the original work of the photographer. No wildlife should be harassed or harmed during photography. Photographers should not endanger themselves during photography. All submissions should be in JPG format at a resolution of 300 dots per inch (DPI).

Call 910-570-8906 or visit for more details.

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