Entries Sought For Wisconsin Wild Turkey, Pheasant And Waterfowl Stamp Design Contests


Artists looking to have their work featured on a piece of history have until July 15, 2019 to submit artwork for the 2020 Wisconsin wild turkey, pheasant and waterfowl stamp design contests.

The contest is open to anyone 18 years of age or older living in Wisconsin who is a U.S. Citizen or legal permanent resident. Artwork must meet technical requirements to be eligible. Applicants are asked to review contest rules carefully to ensure the eligibility of their entries.

“These contests provide a wonderful opportunity for art and science to come together and promote sound wildlife management,” says Jaqi Christopher, assistant upland ecologist with the Wisconsin DNR.

Funds derived from the sale of these stamps contribute to restoration and management efforts on thousands of acres of important wildlife habitat.

The winners for the 2019 contests were Jon Rickaby for Waterfowl, Stephan Senechal for Wild Turkey and Todd Haefner for Pheasant.

To receive text or email updates about the wildlife stamp design contest, subscribe to Wisconsin DNR Gov Delivery updates. Follow the prompts and enroll in the “Waterfowl, Wild Turkey, and Pheasant Stamp Design Contests” list.

For contest rules, entry information and reproduction rights agreements, visit dnr.wi.gov, search keywords “Wildlife Stamps” and click the “stamp design contest” tab.

Stamp design entries must be received or postmarked by July 15, 2019 to be eligible. Judging will take place in late July or early August.

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