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calendar contest

Learn about wildlife and art! Participate in our annual Migratory Bird Calendar Contest or join in the duck Stamp Contest.

Alaska Migratory Bird Calendar Contest

Every year, students can send literature and/or poster entries to their nearest refuge. Winners get prizes and appear in the next year's calendar! Every participant receives a certificate. We appreciate every creative and thoughtful entry, and we look forward to future submissions.  Stay tuned for the contest results, and find out who won! Learn more here: http://www.fws.gov/alaska/external/education/calendar.htm

Duck Stamp Contest

The Junior Duck Stamp Program is a kids’ version of the prestigious Federal Duck Stamp Program. Design and create a North American waterfowl art piece for submission to the state contest! Winners go on to the national contest. For more information about the Junior Duck Stamp Program, and to download the entry forms, visit http://www.fws.gov/juniorduck.

Hunt for the Future

The 2021 theme for the Alaska Migratory Bird Calendar Contest was “Hunt for the Future.” We focused on sustainable hunting practices, and the best ways to protect and celebrate "Alaska's Goose," the Emperor Goose. Students discussed hunting in a changing climate, and best practices to ensure a sustainable subsistence harvest in the future.

Need an Alaska Migratory Bird Calendar? Call the King Salmon Visitor Center: 907-246-4250, and we’ll send you one for free!