Georgia Ecological Services Field Offices
Southeast Region
Map of the Southeast Region

Outreach & Education

Credit: USFWS

Credit: USFWS

Children's Interest - For all our Region 4 kids! - Become a Junior Fish & Wildlife Biologist, get Mark Trail coloring books, activities and more

Teachers and Educators - get access to our curriculum guides, maps, conservation library, pictures and more.

The Endangered Species Act and What We Do

Create habitats and animal homes with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fun Facts

Backyard Wildlife Series

Files available in .PDF format PDF files can be downloaded and read using free Adobe Acrobat Reader available at http://www.adobe.com/acrobat

 

Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program and Scholarship Competition

The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is an integrated art and science curriculum developed to teach environmental science and habitat conservation.

Competition is free and all participants receive certificates of appreciation. Winners win prizes provided by state Georgia Junior Duck Stamp Contest Sponsors.

Each year's top 100 winning entries tour across the state in a year long Georgia Junior Duck Stamp Art Tour. Georgia's Best-of-Show winning artwork also competes in the national contest for possible scholarships and prizes.

The Junior Duck Stamp Program incorporates scientific and wildlife management principles while teaching a greater awareness of our nation's natural resources. Concentrating on waterfowl and wetlands, students experience the beauty and diversity of wildlife at the same time they discover the interdependence found in nature.

Junior Duck Stamp Logo

Credit: USFWS

Get Your Collectible Duck Stamps by purchasing through the U.S. Postal Service at www.usps.com or by calling 1-800-STAMP24

 

The Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest in Georgia

For contest information, brochures and curriculum guides, go to The Georgia Junior Duck Stamp Competition. Deadline for entries is March 15th of each year.

 

Last updated: December 4, 2012