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Delta launches Earth Day Photo Contest

Entries now being accepted for 16th annual contest
Earth day photo contest
The City of Delta has launched its 16th annual Earth Day Photo Contest.

The City of Delta has kicked off its 16th Annual Earth Day Photo Contest, inviting residents to capture our beautiful city through their lens.

This year’s theme, Natural Areas, encourages participants to explore and celebrate the unique ecosystems found throughout Delta, including the Delta Nature Reserve, the Fraser River Estuary, Watershed Park, Boundary Bay, and so many more. These natural areas play a vital role in supporting native species and biodiversity, making them essential components of our community’s ecological health.

“The Earth Day Photo Contest is a wonderful opportunity for our community to come together and celebrate the natural wonders that make Delta so breathtaking and unique,” said Mayor George Harvie in a news release. “I encourage residents of all ages to participate and share their perspective on our stunning landscapes and natural environment.”

Participants can enter the contest in the following categories:

Adult (18+ years)

Youth (13-17 years)

Child (5-12 years)

Delta residents aged five and older are eligible to participate. Each participant may submit one photograph capturing the essence of Delta’s natural areas, ensuring no individuals’ faces are captured in the photo.

Exciting prizes await the winners, including first, second and third place awards in each category. A Grand Prize winner will be selected out of all eligible entries received and a Fan Favourite winner will be chosen by public vote, which will be open to Delta residents from April 5 to 14.

To enter, participants must sign up at: to complete the Photo Waiver Form and upload your unaltered photo taken in Delta. Optional: participants can include a title and brief description highlighting how Natural Areas positively impact their lives.

The entry deadline is Wednesday, April 3.