<b>First place: Adult Division</b> Clarissa Peterson made several trips, often sitting quietly for several hours, to Sedgwick County Park to get "Wood Duck."
<b>First place: Youth Division</b> Nick McCabe of Hutchinson photographed "Nectar is Sweet" while at Rocky Mountain National Park.
<b>Second place: Adult Division</b> A family of screech owls in a yard in Florence led to Phoebe Janzen's "Shhhh! Don't Wake Mama!"
<b>Second place: Youth Division</b> Peter Spexarth, 13, spotted a great sunset and rushed for his camera while at a church picnic. It's called "Slendor in the Sky."
<b>Third place: Adult Division</b> Joe Harris photographed "No Compromise" when he found two bucks fighting on his Sumner County property last fall.
<b>Third place: Youth Division</b> Austin Soell was out looking for Halloween photos in Derby when he came across this doe and fawns in "Got Milk."
In March, Robert Herrington captured his "Fatal Attraction," photo of two bald eagles at the top of a tree near a subdivision lake in Wichita.
Twelve-year-old Jonah Nichols got his photo, "Butterfly," at Botanica.
Amelia Doyle, 15, thought this scene "looked neat" so she photographed "Flowing Dreams" at Rocky Mountain National Park.
Laura Bergman was camping with her family at Kanopolis Reservoir, when a self-guided tour brought her to "Wheat Cemetery."
Adam Knolla appropriately labeled this photo "Hungry Coyote," after taking the photo at Rocky Mountain National Park.
"A Great Day At Work" was photographed when Linda Wallace went bass fishing with her husband at a local lake.
This "Kansas Painted Bunting" was photographed along the Arkansas River near Derby by Chuck Streker.
Joe Seiwert's entry is called "Catching Some Rays."
Pam Rhiley Tropp photographed "Sunset Skiing" at a lake near Ridge Road.
Jordan Moritz of Harper was videotaping a Wounded Warriors deer hunt when he shot "Rise."
Arjay Hill annually travels from Little Rock to photograph bald eagles in Alaska. "Intensity" is one of his favorites.
Jeana Clark of Haviland was touring western Kansas with her husband when she stopped and photographed "Monument Rocks."
Rick McPherson was touring Afton Lake, working on taking silhouette photos when he came across "Heron."
Great Bend's Jay Miller photographed the three male greater prairie chickens in "Prairie Display" near Claflin.