Duck Dog Photo Contest

Contest is open June 14, 2022 – July 31, 2022. Winners will contacted via email late August 2022. 

The contest is open to all photographers of any level. Please allow 24-48 hours for your photo to be approved and submitted into contest.

You do not need to be a Delta Waterfowl member to enter. Although, being a member helps support conservation efforts and contests like this, so it would be cool with us if you joined.

Rules and Guidelines

Contest open June 14, 2022 - July 31, 2022.

One Photographers Choice winner will be chosen by Delta's staff photographer, and will receive a one year supply of Eukanuba dog food. One People's Choice winner will receive a SportDOG Brand®WetlandHunter® 425X Remote Trainer. Winners will contacted via email late August 2022. 

  1. Image must be of waterfowl, dogs, or pertain to hunting.
  2. Competition is open to all artists over 18 years of age.
  3. You must be the sole author and owner of the copyright of all images entered. Delta Waterfowl does not accept any liability for the publication of unlawfully reproduced images.
  4. Competition is open to all US and non-US residents and is subject to laws. Entrants outside the US must adhere to local laws.
  5. A maximum of three entries, each containing a different image, will be permitted per person. Each image can only be entered once.
  6. Artwork may be in any medium. Traditional or digital.
  7. All markings identifying the artist will be covered.
  8. Submissions must be at least 300dpi.
  9. By entering the contest, you agree to grant Delta Waterfowl non-exclusive rights to publish, feature, reproduce and use the images.
  10. Winner(s) agree to be featured on Delta’s media platforms.
  11. All judging decisions are final.

Judging Criteria 

Technical skill - Art displays knowledge of the subject, natural history, hunting, medium, and composition.

Creativity - Design, subject, artistic style, presentation.

Accuracy - Feather patterns, shape, colors, size, eyes, bill, setting.

Overall Presentation - Art displays knowledge of waterfowl biology and emotion.