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Capture Devon and Cornwall’s wildlife at its best

Photographers are being challenged to showcase the flora and fauna of south west England in a competition opening today.

Launched by OPAL South West and the Plymouth Woodland Project, both part of Plymouth University’s outreach programme, the competition will run until the end of August.

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Devon and Cornwall Wildlife Photography Competition 2015

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The Devon and Cornwall Wildlife and Nature Photography Competition 2015 opened on 20 March and closes on 31 August 2015.

The winners will be announced on Monday 14 September and the best pictures will be exhibited at Plymouth University in the autumn.

Competition categories

For each category, there is an under-18s and over-18s section, and a maximum of two pictures can be submitted for each category.

Devon and Cornwall Wildlife Photography Competition - Terms and Conditions

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These terms and conditions govern the Devon and Cornwall Wildlife Photography Competition. The Competition Organisers are OPAL South West and the Plymouth Woodland Project, based in the School of Biological Sciences at Plymouth University. OPAL South West will store all entries and personal details of entrants for the duration of the competition.

Pupils 'Go Wild' at science and nature day

More than 130 youngsters from across Devon and Cornwall explored the world of science and nature at an event held by OPAL South West and Plymouth University.

Schools Go Wild gave children from local primary, secondary and special schools the chance to examine tropical bugs in a university laboratory, make a cloud in a bottle as part of the OPAL Weather Roadshow, and go spider hunting in the old walls around the campus.

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Competition encourages schools to shout about wildlife

Schools in the south west have the chance to win a tour of some of the world’s most cutting-edge marine technology.

OPAL South West and Plymouth University have launched a competition giving pupils and teachers the chance to shout about wildlife projects they have carried out.

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