By displaying student artwork and delivering waterfowl and wetland related outdoor activities, state coordinators share student accomplishments with even students, families and communities annually.

This Corps Member application form applies to both the Conservation Program (VYCC and NCYCC) and Farm Program.

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Learn more Columbia River salmon and steelhead face a serious threat from California sea lions that prey on fish waiting to move up the fish ladders at Bonneville Dam in early spring.

Each year since 2002, sea lions have consumed thousands of migrating fish, many from threatened and endangered runs protected under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA).

The program encourages students to explore their natural world, invites them to investigate biology and wildlife management principles and challenges them to express and share what they have learned with others. This $5 stamp has become a much sought after collector's item.

Spanish Fact Sheet (2014 version) (890.6KB) The winning artwork from a national art contest serves as the design for the Junior Duck Stamp, which the U. One hundred percent of the revenue from the sale of Junior Duck stamps goes to support recognition and environmental education activities for students who participate in the program.

Learn more This report summarizes recent recovery actions for the 46 endangered, threatened, and sensitive wildlife species in Washington, with an emphasis on activities occurring in 2012.

It also includes accounts for 26 of the 113 species that are candidates for listing as endangered, threatened, or sensitive.

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