The Philippines (2017)

We’re very happy to share some exciting news from Wild Postcard Project HQ – we are going international! Over the coming year (and hopefully beyond!), we’ll be launching WPP initiatives in countries around the globe. We are delighted to announce that the first of these ‘satellite’ competitions will be taking place in the Philippines, thanks to a partnership with Marine Conservation Philippines and an awesome crew of volunteers there who are on board and will be working to help us spread the word.

We want to get people all around the world talking about our biodiversity – the animals, plants, and bacteria that make up all life on earth, so we’re super excited about the next stage of this initiative. Details on how to enter are available below, and please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions.


Who can submit

Anyone living in the Philippines who is between the age of 5 and 18 can submit an entry.


What are we looking for?

Your artwork! Whether you paint, draw, etch, screen print, etc., we would love to see it! Please submit on an A4 sheet of paper (or smaller) for scaling and printing purposes. Your artwork must represent the biodiversity of the Philippines in some way.



Submissions must be received no later than 13th March 2017


Post your submissions to:

Wild Postcard Project

c/o Marine Conservation Philippines

Siit Arboretum, Lutoban, Zamboanguita,

6218 Negros Oriental, Philippines

We’re also happy to arrange collections at schools – just get in touch!



Entries will be judged by a panel including biodiversity experts and artists. We’re looking for creative, beautiful, interesting artwork of living things in the Philippines.