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2017 Arizona Wildlife Calendar Photo Contest Winners Announced

Monday, November 27, 2017 9:41
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PHOENIX, Ariz. -(Ammoland.com)- Pamela Parker of Mesa took the best-in-show photo this year. Her image captures an unforgettable moment and beauty of our state bird — and proves that when preparation, practice and skill meet opportunity, wildlife photographers can show us the natural world in a unique and powerful way.

Parker, who also earned an honorable mention this year for a special moment in time of a black-tailed jackrabbit, is among many Arizona photographers who study wildlife behavior to improve their work. To everyone who entered: Thank you for your dedication to wildlife and photography.

About 250 photographers entered this year’s contest. Thirteen winning images are published in a full-size 2018 wildlife calendar in the November–December 2017 issue of Arizona Wildlife Views magazine.

In addition to Parker, the other 12 winning photographers are:

  • Eric Heaton, Gilbert: bull elk & harem
  • Bob Reisinger, Tempe: drake gadwall
  • Donal Hill, Flagstaff: Abert’s squirrel
  • Gary Michael Flanagan, Gilbert: great blue heron
  • Kathy Ritter, Happy Jack: white-tailed deer
  • Timothy Cota, Mesa: brown vine snake
  • Greg Collins, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.: Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep
  • Peggy Kniffin, Chandler: burrowing owl
  • Joshua Esquivel, Sedona: rufous hummingbirds
  • Bryan Keil, Scottsdale: green heron
  • Tam Ryan, Mesa: coyotes
  • Bruce D. Taubert, Glendale: badger

Interested in buying a 2017 wildlife calendar? Arizona Game and Fish welcomes new subscribers to Arizona’s award-winning magazine about wildlife and outdoor recreation. The regular price is $8.50 for six issues (one year), but through Dec. 31, subscriptions are on sale at $7 for seven issues. People who subscribe by Dec. 31 will be sure to receive the calendar issue. The calendar issue is also sold at all Game and Fish offices for $3 starting in mid-November. Or, print an order form to mail in.

Given the strength and diversity of this year’s 600-plus entries, the judges singled out 38 more images from 32 talented photographers for honorable mention.

Arizona Game and Fish DepartmentThese are also featured in Arizona Wildlife Views magazine:

  • Stephanie Rainey, Lakeside: Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep
  • Scott Madaras, Peoria: gray foxes
  • Elaine Malott, Tucson (3): bobcat, broad-tailed hummingbird, western diamond-backed rattlesnake
  • Michael Cravens, Tempe: desert night lizard
  • Sue Cullumber, Chandler: black-tailed jackrabbit
  • Marleigh Freyenhagen, Sonoita: coyote
  • David March, Mesa (2): great blue heron, American avocet
  • Barry Lutz, Flagstaff: cactus wren
  • Timothy Cota, Mesa: bobcat
  • Rob Monsipapa, Mesa: rufous hummingbird
  • Craig Miller, Payson: bull elk
  • Keri Boothe, Flagstaff: mallard
  • Tom Mangelsdorf, Scottsdale: gila woodpecker
  • Mark Herrick, Tucson: rock squirrel
  • Jack Sheldon, Mesa: great blue heron
  • Peggy Kniffin, Chandler (2): northern shoveler, pied-billed grebe
  • Jim Ripley, Mesa: pronghorn sheep
  • Lee Marcus, Chandler: vermillion flycatcher
  • Pamela Parker, Mesa: black-tailed jackrabbit
  • Susan Beebe, Tucson: wood duck
  • Julie Curtis, Golden Valley: black-tailed jackrabbit
  • Mark Thomas, Sedona: mallard
  • Todd Yampol, Chandler: snowy and great egrets
  • A. O. Tucker, Goodyear: great horned owl
  • Lisa Manifold, Twentynine Palms, Calif. (2): hermit thrush, great horned owl
  • Matt Blankenship, Gilbert: northern pintail
  • John Kulbert, Wellton: sharp-shinned hawk
  • Antonios Printezis, Gilbert: desert bighorn sheep
  • Joanne Caruth, Tucson: cow elk
  • Bryan Holliday, Buckeye: yellow-rumped warbler
  • Jeffrey Perry, Phoenix: least bittern
  • Bruce D. Taubert, Glendale (2): Harris’s hawks, kit foxes

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