Art of Conservation Contest

The ART of Conservation

Wonders of Wildlife is the Missouri host for the Wildlife Forever Art of Conservation Contest

Featuring two signature programs, The Songbird Art Contest™ and Fish Art Contest™, the Art of Conservation® brand celebrates the arts as a cornerstone to conservation. For nearly 25 years, the Fish Art program has taught youth around the world about fish and aquatic conservation. The Songbird Art program, created in partnership with the Jay N. Darling Legacy Center, is focused on sharing the wonder and diversity of songbirds, as well as their conservation needs.

 

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What is the Fish Art Contest

The Fish Art Contest is open to all youth in grades K-12 (ages 5-18). To compete, participants will submit an entry consisting of a completed entry form, an original illustration of a fish from the Official Fish List and a one-page creative writing submission (required for grades 4-12). The contest deadline is February 28th each year.

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What is the Song Bird Contest?

The Song Bird Art Contest is open to all youth in grades K-12 (ages 5-18). To compete, participants will submit an entry consisting of a completed entry form, an original illustration of a song bird from the Official Song Bird List and a one-page creative writing submission (required for grades 4-12). Participants will have until November 30th of each year to submit their entry to the contest online or by mail to Wildlife Forever.

Contact our Education Team

If you have questions about the Fish Art Contest, please contact our education department.