The Covid-19 pandemic and stay-at-home requirements have led many folks to dig out and update their old duck stamp collections. We aren't able to keep up with demand and are actively buying recent federal ducks. Click details for more information.
We are open for business and are filling orders as they come it. If you are quarantined at home (like we are) and working on your stamp collection take a look at what we have to offer. We had a couple of large collections of both state and federal duck stamps come in recently and are busy cataloging them and putting the stamps up for sale. If you can't find what you need let us know. We likely have it somewhere. Thanks for taking a look. And remember, the stamp you see pictured is the stamp you will receive.
Eligible species for the 2019 duck stamp contest are: Black-bellied Whistling-Duck Emperor Goose American Black Duck Northern Shoveler Bufflehead
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced that the theme of the 2019-2020 Federal Duck Stamp will be “Celebrating our waterfowl hunting heritage.” This theme requires entrants in the 2018 Duck Stamp Contest to include one or more visual elements that reflect the contributions waterfowl hunters make to habitat conservation.
James Hautman of Chaska, Minn., painted the artwork that became this year’s stamp following a contest last fall that attracted 152 entries. The stamp shows three Canada geese flying in formation over a wheat field. The geese flew in last week and are now available for purchase here! Take a look at them and check out our great prices by clicking on the 'New Arrivals' link, or click on 'Federal Duck Stamps > RW81 - RW84'.
James Hautman, an artist from Chaska, Minn., is the winner of the 2016 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest. The announcement was made today by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Deputy Director Steve Guertin at the annual contest, held at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia.
Los Angeles, CA – Animal Planet will premiere the award-winning film, THE MILLION DOLLAR DUCK, on Wed., Sept. 14 at 9PM ET/PT as part of Animal Planet Presents, the network’s programming event featuring the best of films from top filmmakers that explores a wide range of topics that include animal rights, conservation and animal welfare. THE MILLION DOLLAR DUCK dives into the wonderfully eccentric world of the Federal Duck Stamp Contest—the only juried art competition run by the U.S. government – which follows six artists as they compete in the most intense competition of their life. Directed by Brian Golden Davis, THE MILLION DOLLAR DUCK received the coveted Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature in addition to the Jury Award for Documentary Feature at the 2016 Slamdance Film Festival.
Joseph Hautman, of Plymouth, Minnesota, won the 2015 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest on 19 September with his acrylic painting of a pair of flying Trumpeter Swans.
A trio of brothers from Minnesota made history today as they took the top three spots in the 2015 Federal Duck Stamp art contest. The announcement was made by Jerome Ford, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Assistant Director for Migratory Birds, at the annual art contest, held at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.V.
Duck stamp devotees are going to face “sticker shock” next year. That’s because Congress has finally agreed to a big price increase for the federal government’s migratory bird hunting and conservation stamps. The stamps, required by duck hunters and popular with stamp collectors, will increase by a whopping $10 next year — to $25. The stamps have remained priced at $15 since 1991.