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Store Gallery for November 2022: Ridgefield Wildlife Contest Winners

Store Gallery for November 2022: Ridgefield Wildlife Contest Winners

Project Statement

Located just north of Vancouver, Washington, Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge is a unique retreat to nature nestled between the Columbia River and the town of Ridgefield. 

Every year we do a photo contest with the refuge, and we're thrilled to share the 2022 Winners! Thank you to the hundreds of people who entered the contest, and congrats to the winners.⁠


Stop by the Store Gallery this November to see these images up close. 


Birds Category, 1st place, Tara Lemezis – @tinyseedphotography - Northern Harrier⁠

Birds Category, Honorable Mention, Betsy Jager – @betsyjagerphotography - Rufous Hummingbird carrying cattail⁠

Wildlife Category, 1st place, Gary Grossman- @gary_grossman – Pacific Chorus Frog⁠

Wildlife Category, Honorable Mention, James Bradley – Pacific Chorus Frog⁠

Landscape Category, 1st place, Bob Clark – -Bare tree reflected on the wetland, in the fog⁠

Landscape Category, Honorable Mention, Drew Heiss – @drew_heiss_images -River ‘S’ Unit ground fog sunrise⁠

Plant Life Category, 1st place, Kathryn Caine – Lupine and Black-tailed Bumblebee (best guess)⁠

Plant Life Category, Honorable Mention, Michelle Corse – -Chicory Wildflower⁠

Youth First Place- Emmett Caine

Youth Honorable Mention- Shalaka Deshpande

Youth Honorable Mention-Elina Caine

Youth Honorable Mention- Brayden Lee


If you're interested in having your work displayed in one of our galleries, please submit an interest form here.

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