Wednesday, November 23, 2022

One Week Left in Songbird Art Contest

White Bear Lake, MN – There is officially one week left in the Songbird Art Contest! Entry is free and open to students Kindergarten through Grade 12 anywhere in the world. Entries must be digitally submitted or postmarked by November 30th for consideration.

Participants can choose from five songbird species: the Golden-crowned Kinglet, the Rose-breasted Grosbeak, the Brown Creeper, the Cedar Waxwing, and the Chipping Sparrow. After choosing their species, students create an original piece of art featuring their bird, as well as a one-page creative writing submission. Writing is optional for K-3rd grade and international students. Students then complete an entry form and submit their work online or by mail. Judging and announcement of the winners will take place in January. Entry forms and details on modes of entry can be found at

About The Art of Conservation®: 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 and supported by the USDA Forest Service, is focused on sharing the wonder and diversity of songbirds, as well as their conservation needs. Learn more at

About Wildlife Forever: Our mission is to conserve America's outdoor heritage through conservation education, preservation of habitat and scientific management of fish and wildlife. Wildlife Forever is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to investing resources on the ground. Recent audits reveal that 96% of every dollar supports our award-winning conservation programs. Join Today and learn more about the Art of Conservation® programs, Clean Drain Dry Initiative™ and Prairie City USA® at

Contact: Addison Motta