2016 Monthly Photo Contest Winners -- Annual Contest

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!The Florida State Parks Photo Contest is ending Dec. 31, 2016, and submittals for the contest will no longer be accepted. However, the photo contest will remain functional for public voting for the December contest and to announce the December winner and annual winner(s). Florida State Parks will be working on partnerships throughout the following year to host future photo contests. Check the Florida State Parks website and Facebook pages for details.

Crystal River Preserve State Park
"Gator reflection"
Photographer:
Steve
Beer
Crystal River Preserve State Park
"Flying Mullet"
Photographer:
Chris
St. Michael
Cross Florida Greenway - Withlacoochee Bay Trail
"Sharing the pond"
Photographer:
Steve
Beer
Collier-Seminole State Park
"Identify this bird?"
Photographer:
Nathan
Arnold
Collier-Seminole State Park
"morning, dew, flower, walk, pretty, pink"
Photographer:
Kathy
McAdam
Collier-Seminole State Park
"Dragonfly"
Photographer:
Kathy
McAdam
Collier-Seminole State Park
"Native Florida Sun Dew found in Collier Seminole State Park Florida"
Photographer:
Andy
Morgan
Collier-Seminole State Park
"florida, flower, iris, blue flag, lavender, purple, everglades, iris virginica, herbaceous,..."
Photographer:
Andy
Morgan
Collier-Seminole State Park
"Collier Seminole State Park Florida Duck Potato Bee"
Photographer:
Andy
Morgan

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