Enter Student Art Contest, Celebrate Endangered Species Day – Deadline: April 14

The National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Federation and the Endangered Species Coalition are happy to announce the 2019 Endangered Species Day College Student Art Contest

Art submissions are due April 14, 2019







The 2019 Saving Endangered Species College Student Art Contest is open to current college students, ages 17 to 30. The contest is an integral part of the 14th annual Endangered Species Day on May 17, 2019. To be eligible, students’ artwork must depict an animal or plant species that has been placed on the threatened or endangered species list or is considered a recovered species or a candidate species (proposed to receive protection). Students’ artwork must be original; Computer-generated images and traced images will not be judged.

Enter the Endangered Species Day College Student Art Contest Today!
Endangered Species Day is coming up on May 17, 2019! Check out the College Student Toolkit and take action for Endangered Species Day. You could use your art contest entry on fliers or online to encourage students to take action or host a showing of your endangered species art and share more information about endangered species and why it’s important to ensure their protection. Learn more about Endangered Species Day and action opportunities for campus students. Endangered Species Day is a time to recognize the endangered species on your campus, in your community, and across the U.S. and take action to protect their habitat. You can celebrate and take action for Endangered Species Day anytime – during spring break, Earth Day, after final exams! 

  • Clean-up habitat or other green space on campus
  • Restore or create campus habitat
  • Launch education campaign on a campus or state endangered species

Check out the Endangered Species Day College Student Toolkit to get ideas and take action on May 17.



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