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  • Junior Duck Stamp Program Grades K-12

    March 15, 2020 10:00 - 2:00 CDT

    Entry requirements Submissions due by March 15, 2020 The physical size of submitted artwork must be 9” x 12”. Entries must be less than 1⁄4” thick. Image layout must be horizontal. Image must be a live portrayal of a native North American duck, swan or goose (refer to eligible species list). Entries should not be matted. There should be no border around the image. A loose, detachable cover sheet may be laid over the art face to protect it during shipping.  Learn more...


  • A painting of an orange breasted duck with black spots and a black head with a white stripe in front of its eye.
    Information icon Five judges unanimously selected Colin Williams’ acrylic rendition of a blue-winged teal out of 701 entries as the Georgia Best of Show.

    2010 Georgia junior duck stamp student art competition winners chosen today

    March 30, 2010 | 3 minute read

    Colin Williams, a 15-year-old artist from Savannah, Georgia, has been announced as the winner of the 2010 statewide Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest held today, in Atlanta, Georgia. Five judges unanimously selected Williams’ acrylic paint rendition of a blue-winged teal out of 701 entries as the Georgia Best of Show. Williams will receive a $250 scholarship from Georgia Power and more than $100 worth of art supplies and conservation education field guides.  Read the full story...

  • A bright green and brown duck in the foreground with its more muted female companion in the background.
    Information icon Min Lee from Johns Creek, GA, won the 2009 Georgia Junior Duck Stamp Contest for her rendition of two wood ducks in color pencil.

    Student wildlife art contest entries for the junior duck stamp competition due March 15, 2010

    January 15, 2010 | 3 minute read

    Northview High School’s Min Lee from Johns’ Creek, Georgia, won the 2009 Georgia Junior Duck Stamp contest for his rendition of two wood ducks in color pencil. Photo credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service invites student artists to submit artwork for the 2010 Junior Duck Stamp competition. Entries must be postmarked by March 15, 2010. The Georgia Junior Duck Stamp competition recognizes Georgia’s top student waterfowl artists.  Read the full story...

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