Photo Contest

Share your best photos of Wolf Lake!

Just 50km northeast of Sudbury is the world’s largest known old growth red pine forest.  As part of the Chiniguchi waterway, Wolf Lake is treasured for its popular backcountry canoe routes and recreational opportunities. People come from around the world to experience the beauty of the towering red pines, quartzite cliffs, and sparkling blue water in this critically endangered ecosystem.

Sudbury Naturalists, Friends of Temagami, and Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury invite you to share your best Wolf Lake photos and stories.

Prizes will be awarded in three categories:

  1. Nature: share your best pictures of the stunning natural beauty of Wolf Lake and its fauna and flora.
  2. People in nature: capture the awe, connection and enjoyment of your time at Wolf Lake.
  3. Best Caption: tell us your the story of your photo in two lines or less.

The photo contest is now closed.

Thank you to all who entered!

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This summer and fall, connecting to the beauty of nature has been more important than ever. Wolf Lake is special to so many, and we are excited to see the scenes and moments captured in the submissions.

PJ Justason
PJ Justason
President of Friends of Temagami

The Nitty Gritty

Deadline to Submit: October 31, 2020 11:59pm EST

Prizes: Category grand prizes consist of 1 Arc’teryx Atom LT hoody, local glass art inspired by Wolf Lake, a hand-made canoe paddle, and ‘Spirit of the Red Pine’ art book.

Weekly prizes will also be awarded by random draw.

Winners Announcement: November 10 at the Sudbury Naturalist meeting (winners will be notified by email shortly thereafter)

Maximum of 3 entries per person.

The Nitty Gritty

Deadline to Submit: October 31, 2020 11:59pm EST

Prizes: Category grand prizes consist of 1 Arc’teryx Atom LT hoody, local glass art inspired by Wolf Lake, a hand-made canoe paddle, and ‘Spirit of the Red Pine’ art book.

Weekly prizes will also be awarded by random draw.

Winners Announcement: November 10 at the Sudbury Naturalist meeting (winners will be notified by email shortly thereafter)

Maximum of 3 entries per person.

About

Sudbury Naturalists – We are a grassroots, volunteer group focusing on knowledge of local water resources and wildlife, landscaping, revitalization of natural environment.

Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury – We are a grassroots network of citizen groups and individuals who share a vision of Sudbury as a green, healthy and engaged community. For more information, visit www.liveablesudbury.org.

Friends of Temagami – We are the pre-eminent voice for wilderness ecosystems, protected areas, and backcountry recreation in the Temagami area. For more information, visit www.friendsoftemagami.org.