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Winners in the Wild



Elaine Miller Bond

WildCare, the wildlife rescue and recovery organization based in San Rafael, wrapped its eighth annual “Living With Wildlife” photography contest in mid-October, selecting winning imagery from a pool of more than 200 amateur entries. “The judges [who included Marin Magazine’s own Tim Porter] based their decisions on suitability of subject matter, composition, lighting and technique,” says WildCare Communications Manager Alison Hermance. “They had a real challenge judging all the amazing California photographs we received.” Twenty-one finalists were selected, with winners in categories like “California Birds in Their Natural Settings,” “General Nature” and the namesake “Living With Wildlife.” wildcarebayarea.org

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