2024 Adventures In Nature Student Photo Contest

2024 "Adventures in Nature" Student Photo Contest

Photograph by Aidan Yu

Seeking photos that showcase Arizona's natural beauty and wildlife.

$10,000 in cash prizes await the top 10 winners. 

Open to Arizona students ages 13-18.
Submissions will be accepted March 1-April 5th, 2024.
Learn more about the contest at Arizona's Family.


For details, please view OFFICIAL RULES. 

For questions and more information, contact Danielle Kagan at [email protected]

Partners: The Nature Conservancy Arizona, Arizona's Family
 and Arizona Highways.

Sponsored by The Nature Conservancy, Arizona's Family TV and Arizona Highways


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Photo by Daniel Provenzano

A coyote lying on top of a rock. Watching over the Sonoran Desert landscape.

Location: Tucson, Arizona

Photo by Max Bekker

After a wonderful storm, the golden hour was incredibly beautiful. (this is a eucalyptus tree)

Location: zip 85750 tucson arizona

Photo by Arianna DuPont

Bear Creek meanders, untroubled, beneath a darkened sky. In the distance, the final moments of sunshine penetrate the clouds, bathing the desert in a warm light.

Location: Tucson, Arizona

Photo by Bella

Sun shining

Location: Casa grande

Photo by Arianna DuPont

A lone sycamore stands among the rocks, awash with a golden glow against a stormy sky.

Location: Tucson, Arizona

Photo by Chloe Lamb

Photograph of the sunset through the trees on Mt. Lemmon

Location: Mt. Lemmon

Photo by Lucas Miller

Milky way shot with trees/mountains in background. Taking in Young, Arizona about 60 miles away from phoenix, with photo facing towards phoenix. The glow is from the city lights

Location: Young, Arizona

Photo by Alfredo Alejandro

An abundance of wildflowers at the Flagstaff Arboretum.

Location: Flagstaff, Arizona

Photo by Piper Toney

I was in art class and noticed how pretty the sky and bridge looked so I went out and just took photos of it

Location: Lake Havasu City,AZ

Photo by Fisayo Diji-Vaughan

While walking my dog one evening, we stopped at a beautiful rose garden located in the center of my neighborhood. It was sunset, and I noticed the sun was hitting this elegant rose at just the right point. I took this shot capturing the last ray of sunlight through this rose's petals.

Location: Queen Creek, Arizona

Photo by Alfredo Alejandro

Icicles that formed after a rare freeze in Southern Arizona at a golf course in front of the San Cayetano mountain.

Location: Rio Rico, Arizona

Photo by Liliana horrocks

I took a photo of the sunset through car mirror while heading to the basketball court.

Location: Glendale, Arizona