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Consveration Stamp Art Contest Begins January 1st

ruffed grouse (Courtesy of National Park Service)

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will begin accepting entries January 1, 2013 for the 2014 Wyoming conservation stamp art contest. Game and Fish spokesman Al Langston says each year the department selects a species to appear on more than 100,000 conservation stamps. This year’s species is the Ruffed Grouse which is common throughout Wyoming’s western forests, as well as the Black Hills National Forest in the northeastern part of the state.  Entries will be accepted January 1st through March 15th. Contest rules, forms and deadlines are available on the game and fish website.

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