25th Annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest

Contest Awards

Certificates & Ribbons: Educators may request Give Wildlife a Chance certificates for all students who participate in their local school competition, as well as first-, second-, and third-place ribbons to present to class, grade level or school group participants. There is no limit to the number of certificates or ribbons a participating school can receive.

  • Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest Request For Awards form
  • Mail, or fax, or email the Request For Awards form to:
    Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest
    State Botanical Garden of Georgia
    2450 S. Milledge Avenue
    Athens, GA 30605
    Fax: (706) 542-3826
    ckeber@uga.edu

State-level Award:  The artwork of all first-, second- and third-place state-level winners will be showcased on the DNR Wildlife Resources Flickr website and displayed at the State Botanical Garden in Athens, GA  from May 5-12, 2015.  Students also will receive state-level ribbons and may be recognized in other ways.  Teachers and parents are encouraged to bring children to see the winning artwork on display and enjoy the beauty of the garden's fascinating variety of plants.  The fields and forests are great areas for wildlife watching too.  Admission is free, although donations are accepted.  For directions, operating hours and a garden map, click here.  

Special Perks for Teachers & Parents of State Winners!
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of this popular Poster Contest, the teacher and one parent of each state-level winner will receive a FREE BALD EAGLE WILDLIFE LICENSE PLATE, thanks to TERN - the GA DNR Nongame Friends Group!

 






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