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May I upload pictures by other people?
No, you must be the author of the images you upload so that you can directly assign them a free license CC-BY-SA, CC-BY or CC0.
May I upload more than one image of each natural site?
Yes, you may upload as many images as you wish, the more the better, but remember that you will have a better chance to get a prize if you upload more images of different natural sites.
May I take pictures before May?
Yes, the pictures may have been taken at any time, they may even be pictures you took several years ago.
May I participate in the contest taking pictures of natural sites that already have an image in Commons?
Yes, you may participate taking and uploading images of all the natural sites that are in the lists of the contest. New viewpoints or locations of a natural sites always help to know it better, but pictures of natural sites that do not have an image in Commons will be valued more.
How can I take part in the international contest?
The best 10 photos of each country go to the international contest.
How do I associate my email address to my account in Wikimedia Commons?
You must login to your Commons account, click on the link that says Preferences at the top right of the page, and in the Email Options section introduce your contact email address. Then press Save and you will receive an email to validate that address.
What are the ID numbers of the Special Areas of Conservation?
The Identification (ID) numbers of Special Area of Conservation are their SAC (ZEC in Spanish). The ID numbers of each Special Area of Conservation are available in the sites’ listings created in Wikipedia. Some natural sites do not have an ID, and they do not participate in this contest because without that information the pictures cannot be read by the programs that are in charge of their classification. Only the images uploaded with their associated ID number will be able to take part in the contest.
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