Young artists with an interest in wildlife can gain some national recognition in the Iowa Junior Duck Stamp competition. Don Jorgenson of the U-S Fish and Wildlife Service says the competition is an outgrowth of the popular adult contest.All you have to do is produce a piece of art about waterfowl that can be reproduced into a stamp. What happens if your artwork is chosen?You’ll win 25-hundred dollars and a trip to Washington, D.C. He says the contest is often a springboard for a budding artist’s career.For entry information call: 515-994-3400. The deadline for entering is March 15th.
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