Winning Entries in the 2021 Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest

Winning Entries Chosen

We are very happy to announce that the esteemed panel of judges has completed the difficult task of selecting grade category and grand prize winners in the 2021 Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest.

We are exceptionally grateful to everyone who took part in the contest  this very challenging year. If you entered or helped your students to enter, please accept our enormous gratitude for taking part in this year’s contest.

The Grand Prize and Grade Category Winning Entries are as follows. You can see all 40 of the finalist entries here.

Grand Prize

Crested Honeycreeper

By Phoebe Chien

Crested Honeycreeper

First Place

Green Sea Turtle

By Kaylee Doo

Green Sea Turtle

K-2 Grade Category

American Alligator

By Jayden Lee
American Alligator

3-5 Grade Category

Laurel Dace

By Elie Choe

Laurel Dace

6-8 Grade Category

California Least Tern

By Heidi Bredel

California Least Tern

9-12 Grade Category

Puerto Rican Parrot

By Damion Scott

Puerto Rican Parrot

We received more than 800 submissions in this year’s Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest representing a diverse array of endangered, threatened, and recovered species from around the country.

We hope that the experience of learning about these species and creating the art was enriching for everyone who took part. You can see all of this year’s and previous years’ semi-finalist entries here.

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