2024 Arizona Wildlife Views Photo Contest

Ringtail cat on rocks at night by Anne James

Photograph by Anne James

Do you want to see your photo on the cover of Arizona Wildlife Views?
Do you have a knack for capturing great photos of wildlife?

Then you won’t want to miss the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s
18th annual wildlife photo contest.

One best in show and 11 winners will be showcased in the 2025 calendar, which is published as part of the November-December 2024 issue of Arizona Wildlife Views.
Winning photos may also appear in future issues of Arizona Highways.
 

For details, please view OFFICIAL RULES. 

Sponsored by Arizona Game and Fish Department and Arizona Highways

 

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Photo by Corinne Jarboe

Tortoise en route to Oatman Mountains

Location: Near Oatman, Arizona

Photo by Corinne Jarboe

Tortoise en route to Oatman mountains

Location: Near Oatman, Arizona

Photo by Corinne Jarboe

Desert tortoise in route to Oatman mountains

Location: Near Oatman, Arizona

Photo by Robert Gutierrez

Caught This Photo Of This Juvenile Hawk. Eating A Pigeon .Just at The Right Time. While Taking Photos Of Hummingbirds One Morning On My Morning Walk .Here In Tempe Az.

Location: Ponderosa Ranch Apartments Tempe Arizona

Photo by Beth Surdut

Roadie never hunts at my place, and visits longer if arriving with a blooded beak. I sang to this Giant Cuckoo the first day we met, and the bird walked towards me. That continues to be our bond.

Location: Green Valley

Photo by Tyler Hartung

A very curious Elegant Trogon perched on a tree limb in the early morning

Location: Madera Canyon

Photo by Tyler Hartung

A feisty Bridled Titmouse searching for breakfast along the forest floor.

Location: Madera Canyon

Photo by Beth Surdut

AS a wildlife illustrator and researcher, I delight in the details of this roadrunner's tail feathers.

Location: Green Valley

Photo by Beth Surdut

This roadrunner came to visit me every day for four months beginning in October 2023, disappeared for three, then returned for a month of daily visits. Roadie responds to my singing, not food.

Location: Green Valley

Photo by Tyler Hartung

One of the absolutely beautiful Mexican Gray Wolves that can be found at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.

Location: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum-Tucson

Photo by Douglas Coxon

An adult bald eagle with nesting material flying in the early morning hours.

Location: Agua Fria riverbed

Photo by Linda Arany

Beaver on Rainbow Lake

Location: Pinetop