This month we’re hosting a photo contest! The theme is Your Bird’s Reflection Captured in a Christmas Ornament. Here are some examples of what this looks like, and where I got the inspiration for this theme:
Winners will receive:
A digital copy of our Cooking For Parrots cookbook set featuring a Healthy Holidays book, and a Sharing the Table with Your Bird book. This is not just a set of three cookbooks, but a complete parrot nutritional course, too. Everything we know about the parrot diet is included in these books; and most importantly we include our seasonal feeding system which is known as our signature BirdTricks Diet.
If you already have our cookbook set and are a winner, you can gift your copy of the cookbook to anyone you choose; including any rescue you’d like where you know volunteers may be willing to make these recipes for the bird residents.
Our parrot ownership guide. This is the ultimate guide to living with a parrot! This is the type of information you want on hand, so keep it on your fridge or in your bird room nearby. This way your bird-sitter will have easy access to information that could be the difference between life or death for your beloved feathered family member.
Due date: December 31 at midnight PST (Pacific Standard Time).
Submission details: Submit your photo by uploading it directly to our page on Facebook, or by emailing it in to email@example.com Subject: Facebook Photo Contest.
I will save your image(s) and upload into an album for the contest. The winner(s) will be announced via our Facebook in early January 2017. If you are a winner, please email in claiming your photo so that we can send you your prize(s).
The only “rules” for this contest are that your photo matches the theme and resembles the inspiration photos in this post, and that you submit your images by the deadline via the two different ways mentioned. You must also own the rights to your images that you submit, or have permission to use them. You can submit as many images as you’d like, and if you are a photographer and have photography tips for others, please share them in a comment on the page so that everyone can have a better “shot” (see what I did there? ;) ) at this contest.
As long as participation stays high, we will continue to host future competitions, so encourage one another!
Jamieleigh Womach has been working with parrots and toucans since the age of 17. She isn’t homeless but is home less than she prefers to be. She travels the world with her husband, daughter, and a flockful of parrots whom she shares the stage with.