CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Beginning Jan. 1, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will begin accepting entries for the upcoming Wyoming Conservation Stamp Art competition. The ruffed grouse will be the subject for the 2013 contest. The annual event is in its 30th year.
Each year the Game and Fish selects one species to be the subject of the competition and eventually appear on more than 100,000 conservation stamps. The winning artist also receives a cash award of $3,500. Second place receives $1,500 and third receives $750. The competition is open to professional artists. Entries for the contest will be accepted Jan. 1-Mar. 15. The contest will culminate with judging in Cheyenne on Apr. 12, 2013. The winning artwork will appear on the 2014 Wyoming conservation stamp.
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