North Carolina Wildlife Society Logo Contest

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The North Carolina chapter of The Wildlife Society is seeking logo entries for the Society’s conference, which will be held in Raleigh in October 2016.

The winning logo will be used to identify and advertise the conference on a dedicated website, banners and all communications materials, as well as T-shirts, pens, bags, and other novelty items associated with the conference. The deadline for submissions is midnight March 16.

“More than 1,500 natural resource professionals from all over the world will be attending our conference in Raleigh next year, so the exposure someone’s logo will be getting is incredible,” said Kelly Douglass, a wildlife biologist with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and president-elect of the N.C. chapter of The Wildlife Society. “We’re looking for a simple design with two to four colors and no more than three graphic elements. It also needs to be scalable and something that works well on something as large as a banner or as small as a lapel pin.”

The design must include:

– Name of the city (Raleigh),

– Name of conference sponsor (The Wildlife Society),

– Year (2016), and

– Wildlife native to North Carolina.

The winner will be awarded $500 and be recognized on The Wildlife Society’s web page.

For more information, visit the North Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society website:

The Wildlife Society website can be found at:

source: N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission