Students between the ages of 6 and 15 took part in Guam National Wildlife Refuge's annual Camp Shutterbug. Students used their own cameras - one student used the camera built into a video gaming console. An independent panel of judges picked award winners in three categories - Plants and Animals, Scenery and Culture.
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A flightless bird, the Ko’ko is omnivorous and prefers mixed forest. It is easy prey for monitor lizards, cats, rats, and the brown tree snake. Breeding programs have been set up to eventually reintroduce this treasured bird to Guam.