2020 Conservation stamp art show winners announced

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Conservation Stamp Art competition continues to lead the country in state wildlife stamp art competitions in number of entries, prize money and quality of artwork. The 2020 stamp species is the Colorado River cutthroat. Here are the winning entries for the 2020 Conservation Stamp Competition.

1st place: $3,500 – Bill Adair, Gul Freeze, FL
2nd place: $2,000 – Andrew Kneeland, Rock Springs, WY
3rd place: $1,000 – Timothy Turenne, Richfield, MN
4th place: $500 – Paul Twitchell, West Point, UT

The winning art will be reproduced on approximately 200,000 Conservation Stamps. The original piece of art becomes the property of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to be placed on permanent public display in the department’s Cheyenne headquarters office.

The 2020 Conservation Stamp Competition Rulebook can be foundĀ here.

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