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Enter to be a Contestant in the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program!

Junior Duck Stamp 2016 512 x 385Stacy Shen, 16, of Fremont, California was the 2016 National Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest winner.  Her beautiful artwork featured a pair of Ross's geese and now appears on the 2016-2017 Federal Junior Duck Stamp.

If you are a student in kindergarten through grade twelve who loves to draw or paint or a teacher who shares the passion of the fine arts with students in this age group, consider participating in this year's Junior Duck Stamp Contest.

The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is open to all students k-12. Students demonstrate the knowledge they gained about an eligible North American waterfowl species through their art by drawing, sketching or painting an original picture of their selected species and submitting it to the contest.

The program is run at the state, territory or district level from a host station. Washington State's host station is Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington. The Junior Duck Stamp State Coordinator is Michael Schramm. 

For entry information please visit: Junior Duck Stamp Contest Entry Information 

For further  information visit: Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually Junior Duck Stamp Contest

Washington State Coordinator information: Michael Schramm, Nisqually NWR, 360-753-9467, or 

michael_schramm@fws.gov

Last Updated: Nov 21, 2016
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