This year's Centre for Invasive Species Solutions Feral Photo and Video competition is calling for entries from anyone who has captured feral species in action.
The competition collaborators Animal Trap Solutions, CSIRO Publishing and Outdoor Cameras Australia, will help offer $5000 worth of prizes to winning entries.
The competition, coordinated by the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions, is free to enter at feralphotos.invasives.com.au.
Centre for Invasive Species communication manager Ian McDonald said said entries were open and the competition aimed to put invasive species under the spotlight.
"Invasive species such as pest animals, weeds and exotic insects are environmental vandals and cause billions of dollars in lost productivity each year to our agricultural industries," he said.
"Since a picture (or video footage) paints a thousand words - this competition is a way to highlight the impact of invasive species in different Australian landscapes, and the damage they bring with it."
The competition has had a short hiatus after last being undertaken in 2017, and since then, a number of requests to bring it back.
"We've not only brought it back but we've added some great new interactive features to really get our audience engaged, including live voting and commenting and social media sharing of all entries," Dr McDonald said.
"You can enter the competition as many times as you like, and the live voting means that the winners will be completely decided by you," he said.
Once an entry is approved, it will be placed in the interactive gallery on the competition website where it can be shared it with friends, family and work colleagues who can vote and comment.
"It's pretty simple, the entries with the most votes will win, so share your entry far and wide and ask everyone to vote," Dr McDonald said.
The five top voted entries will be in the running to win state of the art trail cameras, brand new animal trap devices and ecology themed books.
Entries close at 12pm AEST Friday, April 30, with voting open for another two weeks after this date.
However you can vote for entries at any time, with one vote per person, per entry allowed.
The competition winners will be officially announced and showcased at the 18th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference which begins on May 25.
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