Junior Duck Stamp Contest Accepting Entries through Mar. 15

The 2018 national Junior Duck Stamp winner, as shown on the 2018-19 official contest brochure. Source: US FWS
The 2018 national Junior Duck Stamp winner, as shown on the 2018-19 official contest brochure. Source: US FWS

The nationwide Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest is accepting submissions through the end of this week.

This contest is “the culmination of the Junior Duck Stamp educational program,” which is available for teachers, parents, and students. After studying waterfowl, students may use what they know and submit a drawing, painting or sketch of an eligible North American waterfowl species for consideration for next year’s Junior Duck Stamp.

The  Best of Show from each state’s competition is submitted to the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest, where a panel of judges will select one image to become the next Junior Duck Stamp.

Any student kindergarten through grade 12 attending public, private, or home school in the US or US Territories is eligible to enter, as long as the student is a US Citizen, resident alien, or national. Only one entry may be submitted for each student. To participate, students should review the FWS brochure read contest rules, and confirm they meet eligibility requirements. E

ntry forms may be printed out via this contest page, and are available in English and Español. Entries should be mailed to the state coordinator.

The North Carolina state coordinator is:

Sherrie Jager, JDSP Coordinator
Roanoke River NWR
114 W Water Street
Windsor, NC 27983
252.794.3808 x.100
Sherrie_jager@fws.gov

For other states, check this list for state coordinator and deadline.

North Carolina entries must be postmarked by Friday,March 15, 2019.

 

Source: US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)

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