Enter to win an original signed photo & Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp by contest winner Jen Beck!  image

Enter to win an original signed photo & Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp by contest winner Jen Beck!

Proceeds benefit education and conservation at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge.

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Friends of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge is selling entries to win an original signed photo & Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp by contest winner Jen Beck!

DETAILS

Jen Beck is a freelance photographer based out of Cleveland, Ohio area but loves traveling to all parts of the world. She is fascinated by birds and wildlife of all shapes and sizes, but bald eagles hold a special place in her heart. While on a ranger guided hike at Cuyahoga Valley National Park five years ago, an eagle flew in and landed directly above the group. With just a little point and shoot camera at that time, that was the inspiration that started it all.

This particular photo was taken in Newcomerstown, Ohio. The eagles were kind enough to build their nest in a ravine that can be seen from the road above. People come from all over to witness this special family bond. She hopes you enjoy viewing this photo as much as she did taking it!

Jen's photo won the 2022 Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp contest and is featured on the Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp. Included in this package are a signed copy of her winning eagle photo framed and mounted with the 2022 Legacy Stamp.

RAFFLE DETAILS

Entries will be sold for $5 each from September 1 - October 13, 2022. The winning entry will be drawn on Friday, October 14, 2022. The winner will be notified by phone following the drawing. You then have 24 hours to return our call or forfeit the prize and a second chance drawing will occur.

ABOUT FRIENDS OF OTTAWA

Friends of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge is a 501(c)3 non-profit established in 1997 to promote the preservation of the natural and historical resources of the Refuge, foster its use and enjoyment by the public consistent with the protection and preservation of its environment, and engage in such educational, scientific, and civic activities as will assist the management of the refuge in carrying out its mandates. Funds raised will support conservation, education, and restoration initiatives at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge.

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