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Keep Wildlife Wild 2021 poster design contest

The Keep Wildlife Wild initiative is announcing the winners for the 3rd annual Keep Wildlife Wild poster contest! Wisconsin's Keep Wildlife Wild initiative began in 2014, with a focus on providing information about wildlife species natural behaviors, tips on how to determine if a wild animal is truly orphaned, and what to do if someone finds a wild animal in need of assistance. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners were selected from over 130 entries from 4th, 5th and 6th graders statewide. Thank you to all of the participants, and congratulations to the winners!

And the winners are…

4th grade, 1st place: Archer Peterson from Brillion
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4th grade, 2nd place: Nayeli Ostrander from Lodi
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4th grade, 3rd place: Hutson Conley from Plover
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5th grade, 1st place: Mathew Bernier from Beloit
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5th grade, 2nd place: Thea Kammerud from Darlington
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5th grade, 3rd place: Blythe Griggs from Campbellsport     
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6th grade, 1st place: Miriam Borgwardt from Fond du Lac
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6th grade, 2nd place: Wyatt Orth from Medford
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6th grade, 3rd place: Kate Mischick from McFarland
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Remember: A young wild animal’s best chance of survival is with its mother!

2022 Keep Wildlife Wild Poster Contest

Please check this page in November 2021 when more information about the 2022 poster contest will be available.