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The winner of the 2014 Federal Duck Stamp Contest is Jennifer Miller of Olean, NY, with her acrylic painting of ruddy ducks. Congratulations, Jennifer!
High-resolution image of winning art
Ron Louque of Charlottesville, Va., placed second with his acrylic painting of a red-breasted merganser.
Frank Mittelstadt of Beaver Dam, Wis., took third place with his acrylic painting of a Canada goose.
Contest scoring: (pdf documents)
Round 2 and beyond
List of entered artists
2014-2015 Duck Stamps on Sale Now
The 2014-2015 Federal and Junior Duck Stamps debuted on June 27 at a ceremony at the Department of Interior. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe bought the first stamps, kicking off the new year for Duck Stamps.
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe, right, buys the first 2014-2015 Duck Stamps from Washington, D.C., postmaster Gerald Roane. USFWS photo.
2013 Federal Duck Stamp Contest Scoring & List of Entered Artists (.pdf files)
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January 9, 2015