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Southeast Region's Threatened and Endangered Species Art Contest: Winners

December 15, 2023

Check out the winning K-8 student art from the Southeast Region’s Threatened and Endangered Species Youth Art Contest.

sea turtle with giant manta ray Sabir R., 6th grade, honorable mention.

More than 50 budding artists entered the Threatened and Endangered Species Art Contest to help raise awareness about these protected species and help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act. Enjoy this gallery of winning student artwork!

Grades K- 2nd: Winning Entries

Sea turtle with colorful background and conservation messages
Alsea S. 2nd Grade. 1st Place for Help Save the Sea Turtles.
two manta rays swimming above a coral reef
Alsea S. 2nd Grade. 2nd Place for Giant Manta Rays Swimming in Clean Ocean.
Humpback whale swimming in the ocean with colorful background
Ireland W. 2nd Grade. 3rd Place for Save the Humpback Whales

Grades 3-5: Winning Entries

Leatherback sea turtle swimming above coral reef with a jelly fish
Melody D. 4th Grade. 1st Place for Leatherback Sea Turtle.
scalloped hammerhead shark swimming through colorful blue ocean
Oliver D. 3rd Grade. 2nd Place for Scalloped Hammerhead Shark.
Nassau grouper swimming next to fishing hook with message don't catch me
Ward D. 5th Grade. 3rd Place for Nassau Grouper

Grades 6-8: Winning Entries 

oceanic whitetip shark with pilot fish
Jeffery T. 8th Grade. 1st Place for Oceanic Whitetip Shark Swimming with Pilot Fish
Queen conch on submerged ocean floor with shipwreck and coral in background
Jack D. 7th Grade. 2nd Place for Queen Conch Next to Shipwreck.
Sea turtle swimming with jelly fish and colorful fish
Jazmin W. 7th Grade. 3rd Place for Sea Turtle.




Last updated by Southeast Regional Office on December 19, 2023