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Dec 12, 2016

2017 BIAZA Awards - Submissions Now Welcome!

Submissions are now invited for the 2017 BIAZA Awards and Photography Awards.

The Annual Awards are the means by which BIAZA recognises and rewards the hard work and successes of our members. They also enhance the reputation of individual collections, and can be used to provide good, positive publicity, especially on a local level.

Bronze, silver and gold certificates will be awarded to those collections which have demonstrated achievements in a whole range of fields, from animal enclosures to research and horticulture. 

The photography awards also provide an opportunity to share some of your best work, with categories including our camera trap category and our new 'winning hearts and minds' category - capturing some of our cutest, wierdest, and most wonderful animals.

For more information and to download submission forms, log in and visit the awards page here on the website.

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