DNR holds stamp design contest

Submitted to the Dorchester Banner The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is asking for citizens to submit original art to be featured on stamps.

Submitted to the Dorchester Banner
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is asking for citizens to submit original art to be featured on stamps.

ANNAPOLIS — Migratory Game Bird Stamp Artists are invited to submit their original works for the 23rd Annual Maryland Black Bear Conservation Stamp and 45th Annual Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp design contests. These popular contests are open until March 8, 2019.

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources will judge the entries March 16, 2019, in conjunction with the annual Eagle Festival at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Cambridge.
The Black Bear Conservation Stamp contest is open to both residents and nonresidents.

Each contestant may submit one entry for a nonrefundable $10 fee. Proceeds are used to compensate farmers who experience agricultural damage caused by black bears.

New this year, the Migratory Game Bird Stamp contest is also open to both residents and nonresidents. Each contestant may submit up to three entries with a fee structure of: $15 for one, $20 for two and $30 for three. Proceeds help fund game bird and waterfowl research and projects.

All entries must be original works, neither copied nor duplicated from any previously published paintings, drawings, prints or photographs. To enter, contestants must mail their designs with required fees and forms by March 8, 2019.

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