David T. Turnbaugh's Md. Duck Stamp Winning Entries
is the only 6-time winner in the history of Maryland’s prestigious Migratory
Game Bird Stamp Design Contest, having just won the 2010-2011
Dave Turnbaugh’s oil painting "Marsh Dweller" won the
“Duck Stamp” competition held Saturday,
March 27, 2010 at the Patuxent Wildlife Art Show held at the National
Wildlife Visitors Center in Laurel, Md. Entries are judged for artistic merit, scientific
accuracy, and for consideration of stamp design. Dave’s rendering
of a Hooded Merganser walking through a marsh setting will be compressed and reproduced in
stamp form for use as the 2010-2011 game bird hunting license.
I also have the actual Stamps available!
The Chesapeake Bay is North America's largest and most biologically diverse estuary. It is home to more than 3,600 species of plants, fish and animals. The Bay and its tributaries sustain the region's economy and define its traditions and culture. It is an extraordinary resource, deserving the highest levels of protection and restoration.
More about Chesapeake Waterfowl Art:
The Ward Museum of Waterfowl Art - The most comprehensive collection of wildfowl carving in the world invites you to explore this unique, indigenous North American art form ...
The Waterfowl Festival - A wildlife art and sportsman's expo featuring nature and wildlife paintings, sculpture, carvings, duck stamps, photography, ....
Chesapeake Bay Recovery Project - The partnership was created to raise funds from public and private sources and to implement large-scale, integrated Chesapeake Bay restoration projects ...
Preserve Our Waterfowl:
When you purchase a Duck Stamp print from this page, a portion of the proceeds go to benefit charities devoted to “Preserve, Protect and Restore those habitats and natural areas vital to the survival and diversity of the living resources of the Bay and its tributaries.”
2004-05 Maryland Duck Stamp Winner
Shovelers visit Maryland marsh
** $200 **
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Last updated on 11/09/2014