Celebrating 70 Years

Migratory Bird Stamp & Artwork

In the latter half of 2012, the Washington Waterfowl Association (WWA) rescued the Migratory Bird Stamp & Artwork program.  The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) was required by the legislature to shut down the artwork program and only manage the migratory bird permit, which is the fee you pay when you want the authorization to hunt ducks.  The WWA took over management of the stamp and artwork production and sales, including sending hunters their complimentary duck stamp.  Artists are selected each year, stamps and prints are created and paid for by WWA, and then sold, making money for the ducks.

By clicking on the image of the 2014 Duck Stamp below you will be taken to the order form.

Fill out the order form and send the completed form with payment to:

WWA - Duck Stamp Program; PO Box 2131; Auburn, WA 98071-2131

The 2014 duck stamp is in progress, you can order your stamp, or purchase additional stamps or prints.  The 2014 edition of the Redhead print is limited to just 110 prints.  Please go to the WWA 2014 Duck Stamp/Prints Order forms to complete your order.

Please do not wait too long, as we are required to end sales of the previous year by April of the following year.

Also available are a limited number of 2012 or 2013 prints with matching stamps.  Order forms for these prints can be viewed and printed by clicking on the appropriate print below, downloading and printing the order form, filling it out appropriately, and mailing it with payment to:

WWA - Duck Stamp Program; PO Box 2131; Auburn, WA 98071-2131

2012 Print

2013 Print

For more information on the WWA Duck Stamp & Print program, contact Jim Cortines: wawtrfwlr@comcast.net