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Weekly Photo Contest: the Birds and the Bees
Photo submission by co_mtn_grl
With summer in full swing, there is no shortage of sunshine to enjoy, and you can't help but see all kinds of flying things while you're out there. This week the photo contest theme is Birds & Bees, because they are both plentiful this time of year! Have some fun with this one, but be careful and don't get stung. Take your best shot and maybe you'll be the winner next week!
The contest begins now and ends Tuesday August 5th at 11:59 PDT. Good luck!
It's also time to announce the winner of our last photo contest! And the winner is...
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