Friends of Animals Sues Fish And Wildlife Service Over Change in Duck Stamp Painting Contest Rules

Friends of Animals Sues Fish And Wildlife Service Over Change in Duck Stamp Painting Contest Rules

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Friends of Animals

Friends of Animals has filed a lawsuit in Connecticut district court against U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for its new rule that went into effect in May making hunting imagery a mandatory part of the federal Duck Stamp Contest.

Wildlife artists annually vie for the prestige of seeing their art grace each new Duck Stamp, which waterfowl hunters 16 years of age or older are required by law to purchase and carry with their general hunting license. Here

This year’s winner incorporated a lost duck call in his portrait of a lesser scaup. Here

h/t Bill Whittle

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