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Protect the Woodland Boreal Caribou

After 5 years of delaying, provinces and territories have failed to follow through with measures to protect the boreal woodland caribou. Herds have been declining…

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Thank you to all the photographers, amateurs or professionals, that shared their best forest photos as part of the 2018 Greenpeace Photo Competition. Once again, the contest was a huge success — we received over 850 pictures and many of those submitted were truly fantastic images of forests, animal, and wildlife.

Congratulations to the winner of the Peoples’ Choice Award, Marie-Claude Tremblay. Her astonishing picture of a sunset in the middle of the forest got the largest amount of votes.

Here are the top 12 images picked by our panel of judges:

Luis Paz, Snow owl in Saint-Barthelemy (QC)
Michael Audet, The Northern lights in Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)
 Suzanne Larouche, A woodpecker on duty (QC)
Nathalie Talbot, A fox family in Montreal (QC)
Charlotte Carthier, Wildlife equation in the midde of the Indian Ocean (Rodrigues Island)
Jean-Simon Begin, A young white-tailed deer in the sun (QC)
Isaac Smeele, Lake Louise reflexion (AB)
Tony Crocker, Spirit bear fishing in the Great Bear Rainforest (BC)
Ollala Flórez, Burrowing owls in Argentina
Tony Crocker, Whales choregraphy in the Great Bear Rainforest (BC)
Antoine Buttafoghi, Ancient forest in Corsica (France)
Jean-Simon Begin, The caribous winter journey in the Boreal forest (QC)