CAPA Spring Wildlife Competition   



For Nature and Wildlife Competitions, CAPA has adopted the definitions established by the FIAP and the PSA. For the definition of Nature please see the CAPA Digital Nature page on the VCC  website. 

Images entered in Wildlife competitions meeting the Nature Photography Definition are further defined as one or more extant zoological or botanical organisms free and unrestrained in a natural or adopted habitat. Landscapes, geologic formations, photographs of zoo or game farm animals, or of any extant zoological or botanical species taken under controlled conditions are not eligible in Wildlife competitions. Wildlife is not limited to animals, birds and insects. Marine subjects and botanical subjects (including algae and fungi) taken in the wild are suitable wildlife subjects, as are carcasses of extant species. Wildlife images may be entered in the CAPA Nature competitions.


The CAPA Spring Wildlife competition will be opened for submissions on September 8th, 2016 and will close on March 10th, 2017.
Images should be in JPEG format, 1400 x 1050 pixels in size, sRGB colour space and have a maximum file size of 1.8 MB 


  1. Images should be in JPEG format, maximum 1400 pixels on the horizontal x 1050 on the vertical in size,
  2. sRGB colour space and have a maximum file size of 1.8 MB
  3. Maximum number of submissions per VCC member is two


VCC Results for the 2016 Competition

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The Victoria Camera Club won the Silver Certificate in the 2016 CAPA Spring Wildlife club competition! Note that VCC tied with London in total points but lost the gold in the tie break.  

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