Thursday, February 1, 2018

SEWE awards 2018 S.C. Junior Duck Stamp Winners

Best Of Show and Titled Smug Mug
The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition stewards student art each year since taking the reigns for the South Carolina Junior Duck Stamp competition. Four different competition groups are formed between Kindergarten and Twelfth grade entries that are judged by members of the S.C. Ducks Unlimited leadership, among others.

More 2018 entries
The results are in and Abi O'Donnell from Thomas Cairo middle school in Mount Pleasant is the 2018 S.C. Junior Duck Stamp Best Of Show. Her entry will advance to the Federal Junior Duck Stamp competition on April 20.

In the conservation message category students  from grades 10, 11 and 12 shared these sentiments:

Nature is the basis of art, beauty in its truest form. It is our job as artists to preserve its authenticity.

 SEWE blog 
Conservation is not only for wildlife, but also for those who look to nature for life.

Conserving a habitat saves more than a species, it preserves their beauty and grace for everyone to enjoy.

Just as lake ripple when a fowl's feathers touch the water, the actions that we execute spread beyond us, affecting our environment.

To view past blog entries about the S.C. Junior Duck Stamp competition click 2017 - 20162015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011

To view past blog entries from SEWE Sunday click 201720162015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009

To view blog entries from the 2017 35th Anniversary of SEWE click Birds Of Prey - Jeff Corwin - SEWE Gala - Feathers and Flocks 

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