A bee in a flower is the subject of our Summer edition of the Four Seasons Photo Contest

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The subject of the summer four seasons contest is a bee in a flower. An example is shown on the right. This contest runs from June 1 to August 31.

To enter the contest here are the rules:

  • Every season, we’ll identify a specific item (e.g., “an oak tree”) for you to find within the Conejo Open Space. As long as the object is within COSCA property, it qualifies. Here is a map of the Conejo Open Space trails.
  • After you’ve located an object that matches the challenge description, take a photo of it.
  • Then email us your entry and tell us where in the Conejo Open Space you took it. If you like, post the photo to your Facebook or Instagram tagging COSF (@ConejoOpenSpaceFoundation). We may post your entry to our social media accounts, our website and email.
  • To be considered, your photo must be at least 800 pixels along the shortest size.
  • By submitting a photo, you give us permission to post your photo to social media and to our website, and to use your name if you are chosen as the winner.
  • The contest is open to anyone 18 years of age or older.
  • Multiple entries for each person will be accepted.
  • Of the people who successfully complete the challenge, a winner will be drawn at random at the end of that contest. We’re also offering a new prize: An earth-friendly COSF t-shirt! And this year, you can win multiple times.

To be notified by email of each new challenge, please sign up here.

To see the winning photos of previous contests, scroll down to the bottom of the contest description page.

Happy trails to you. We look forward to seeing what you find.


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