The Fish Art Contest Breaks the Winter Blues

Posted Friday December 10, 2021 by wf_admin

WHITE BEAR LAKE, MN –Wildlife Forever is proud to offer the Art of Conservation Fish Art Contest, as a fun and exciting way to connect youth with the great outdoors. When the temperature drops and snow starts to fall, the Fish Art Contest is the perfect opportunity for youth to learn about the joys of fishing and the importance of aquatic conservation.

To enter, contestants create an original illustration of any fish species of their choice. Students are also required to write an essay about their chosen fish and conservation needs. Winners are awarded in each state and country, where the top contestants win prizes and worldwide recognition. The contest deadline is always March 31st, so don’t wait, start today!

For details on contest rules, entry forms, and to view past winners, visit

“Winter break is an amazing time to encourage youth to get creative, learn about conservation, and ultimately have fun! The Fish Art Contest is a perfect at-home activity, where students can stay warm while getting creative and learning something new,” said Pat Conzemius, President, and CEO of Wildlife Forever.

The 2022 Fish Art Contest is open and accepting entries! Participants can also compete for many specialty awards. Educators too can compete for the 2022 Richard M Hart Educator of the Year Award.    For more information about the Fish Art Contest and 2022 specialty awards, visit

The Contest deadline to enter is March 31st, start your entry today!