In partnership with Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada (Parks Canada) we are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Wilderness Bondar Challenge held at the Sweetgrass Field Station in Wood Buffalo National Park. These images by students from PWK High School, Fort Smith, NWT, may travel with The Foundation’s Travelling Exhibition and Learning Experience.
Congratulations to all participants!
2014 CATEGORY WINNERS
Images are arranged by GEM card level, to reflect the degree of difficulty in completing one of the four levels of the Bondar Challenge.
A quick link to the winner of a specific level is available by clicking on the GEM card name below:
The First Place Emerald Level Winner of the Wilderness Bondar Challenge is “Lovely Flower” by Teagyn Campbell, Age 11.
The Second Place Emerald Level Winner of the Wilderness Bondar Challenge is “Leaves in the Shadows” by Briana Abraham, Age 11.
The First Place Ruby Level Winner of the Wilderness Bondar Challenge is “King of the Hill” by Brayden Sinclair, Age 13.
The Second Place Ruby Level Winner of the Wilderness Bondar Challenge is “The Midst of Summer and Fall” by Dora Faye Hansen, Age 12.
The Third Place Ruby Level Winners of the Wilderness Bondar Challenge are “Wind Blowing” by Camryn Cynthia Soucy, Age 13 and “Nature 101” by Josh Keasley, Age 13.
The Honourable Mention for the Ruby Level of the Wilderness Bondar Challenge is “Bear’s Perspective” by Kristal Gambler, Age 13.