Digital Photo Contest


We are looking for striking digital images of the 'Tobago King of the Woods' - (the Blue Crowned Mot Mot), one of the most beautiful birds in this world, which lives in the forests of Tobago. The Bovell Cancer Diabetes Foundation (BCDF) invites you to enter its Photo Contest. You must read and agree to the following rules, terms and conditions before submitting any photos!

To submit a photo

Submit digitally to Submit your name and e-mail address (for contact if you are selected as a finalist), and agree to the complete contest rules before submitting your entry.

Types of files

Submissions should be 4 megapixels or greater. The file size may not exceed five megabytes (5 MB). Submissions should be in a JPEG file format (.jpg or .jpeg).

Number of photos to submit

You may submit ONE photograph to the contest. Slight digital adjustments of color, contrast and exposure are allowed, as is cropping. Photos that have been heavily digitally altered and/or digital composites will be disqualified.


Only entrants whose photos are selected as finalists and winners will be notified by e-mail. The winning and finalist photos will be posted on the BCDF website.

What should I include in my photo?

The contest aims to raise awareness of diabetes prevention messages delivered by our mascot Festus, Tobago King of the Woods. Any photos depicting the Tobago King of the Woods would be welcome.

Photographs submitted must be your own original work

Any photograph that you submit must be your own original work and otherwise free from third-party copyright restrictions. Photos that do not meet this requirement are not eligible for use in this contest.

Your rights

You are granting BCDF a non-exclusive, irrevocable, royalty-free license to publish the photographs you enter in editorial, educational, promotional and other uses associated with diabetes awareness and prevention.