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  Junior Duck Stamp Contest Materials

The Junior Duck Stamp Contest is a dynamic arts and science educational program that teaches students in grades K - 12 about conservation, waterfowl and wetlands FWS while inspiring students to use scientific skills in their artistic endeavors. State contests are held each year from February until April.

To participate in a state Junior Duck Stamp Contest, begin by downloading contest information. The contest brochure clearly outlines the rules of the contest and includes an entry form that must be attached to the back of your horizontal art entry. Please read all of the rules carefully and sign the entry form.

To obtain a brochure and contest forms download them by clicking on the link below or contact your state coordinator.

  1. Contest Guidelines and Entry form (pdf)
    English entry form (pdf)
    Spanish entry form (pdf)
    Reference form (pdf)
    Spanish reference form (pdf)

    Contact your state coordinator for more information and questions about the program.

    Help promote the program !

    Make copies of the Junior Duck Stamp Program rack card or fact sheet to distribute at your school or local educational event and contact your state coordinator to see how you can help





Last updated: September 23, 2014
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