Biggest Fan Contest – Contest Closed

This contest is now closed. Stay tuned for an announcement on our winner!

Biggest Fan Contest

Birds & Blooms magazine is partnering with Wild Delight and 3-D Pet Products to announce an exciting new contest to win a bird-feeding package and trip to the Biggest Week in American Birding! Entries will be accepted until March 1, 2014.

HOW DO YOU ENTER?

STEP 1. Come up with a creative, original and fun video idea to show us why you’re Birds & Blooms’ biggest fan. Psst! Get our full rules for entry here! And take a look at our tips for making a great video.

STEP 2. Make the video (must be 2 minutes or less in length) and upload it to your YouTube account. Don’t have an account? Don’t worry. It’s free!

STEP 3. Share the link to your video with us by March 1, 2014, along with a few more official entry details via our entry form below.

BiggestweeklogoSTEP 4. Start dreaming of your trip—dinner with the editors, meeting bird experts Kenn and Kimberly Kaufman, winning a feeding package from Wild Delight and 3-D Pet Products! Though we can select only one grand prize winner (who will win a four-day, three-night trip for two), this birding event is a pretty big deal. Even if you don’t win, you might just want to plan to go on your own! Learn more about the event at biggestweekinamericanbirding.com.

No purchase necessary to enter or win. Sweepstakes begins 1/1/14 and closes 2/28/14.

Get our full rules for entry here!

Check out our tips for making a great video.

Submit your video entry using our form below.

-This contest is now closed. Stay tuned for an announcement on our winner!-

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