The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ 2022 Keep Wildlife Wild poster contest is now open to students in fourth, fifth and sixth grades who are enrolled in public, private, parochial or home schools in Wisconsin.
The goal is to create a poster that teaches the importance of enjoying and observing wildlife in the wild and not keeping wild creatures in homes or as pets. For inspiration to help design a poster and learn about Wisconsin animals, visit eekwi.org.
All submissions must be received by email or mail by Feb. 18, 5 pm, and they must include the student’s entry form and artwork. Judging will take place in March, and submitters will receive an email about the winners in early April.
Visit dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/WildlifeHabitat/posterdesigncontest.html to review the rules and requirements. Then email entries to [email protected], or mail them to Wisconsin Keep Wildlife Wild Poster Design Contest, Department of Natural Resources, Attn: Amanda Kamps, 225051 Rib Mountain Dr., Wausau, WI 54401.