Congratulations to the 2014 National Junior Duck Stamp Contest Winners!
On April 18, Si youn Kim, 16, of Tenafly, N.J., took top honors in the 2014 National Junior Duck Stamp Contest with an acrylic painting of a king eider. The painting will be made into the 2014-2015 Junior Duck Stamp, which sells for $5 and supports conservation education.
Junior Duck Stamp Contest winning art by Si youn Kim.
The winning conservation message, written by Max Cheng, 15, of Freemont, Calif., was: Conserving a habitat is like painting a background. Without it the picture is not complete.
Gallery of 2014 Best of Show art
Top 25 Contest Results
Second place in this year's contest went to Andrew Kneeland, 16, of Rock Springs, Wyo., for his acrylic painting of a trumpeter swan with cygnets.
Junior Duck Stamp 2nd place art by Andrew Kneeland
Third place went to Jiahe Qu, 15, of Chandler, Ariz., for an acrylic painting of a hooded merganser.
Junior Duck Stamp 3rd place art by Jiahe Qu
Explore, Investigate, Express and Share:
Participate in the Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program
Whether you are a classroom teacher, homeschool teacher, youth group leader or parent, we have educational resources for you to help the young people in your life explore the wonders of the outdoor world and their connection to waterfowl, wetlands and habitat conservation.
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After you have explored the wealth of activities and learning through the curriculum, find everything your students will need to enter the Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest.
What is the Junior Duck Stamp Program?
From a single idea grew a program poised to rejuvenate the nation's passion
and commitment to preserving the outdoors.
The Junior Duck Stamp Program exposes
hundreds of thousands of youth each
year to wetlands, National
Wildlife Refuges, and art concepts.
Join the Junior Duck Stamp as it celebrates
20 Years of Conservation through the
Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and
Design Program is a dynamic, art
and science program designed to teach
wetlands habitat and waterfowl conservation
to students in kindergarten through
high school and help reconnect youth
with the outdoors. The program guides
students, using scientific and wildlife
observation principles, to communicate
visually what they have learned through
an entry into the Junior Duck Stamp
art contest. This non-traditional
pairing of subjects brings new interest
to both the sciences and the arts.
It crosses cultural, ethnic, social
and geographic boundaries to teach
greater awareness of our nation's
natural resources. More>>