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[Assignment: 48-DPA-10-13-07_SOI_K_FWS_Duck] Activities at the 2007 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest at BIG Arts in Sanibel, Florida, with Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [and Fish and Wildlife Service Director H. Dale Hall among the Interior officials on hand to announce the winning entry, a depiction of a pair of pintail ducks by wildlife artist Joe Hautman of Plymouth, Minnesota.] [48-DPA-10-13-07_SOI_K_FWS_Duck_IOD_5146.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-10-13-07_SOI_K_FWS_Duck] Activities at the 2007 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest at BIG Arts in Sanibel, Florida, with Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [and Fish and Wildlife Service Director H. Dale Hall among the Interior officials on hand to announce the winning entry, a depiction of a pair of pintail ducks by wildlife artist Joe Hautman of Plymouth, Minnesota.] [48-DPA-10-13-07_SOI_K_FWS_Duck_IOD_5146.JPG]

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Subject: Activities at the 2007 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest at BIG Arts in Sanibel, Florida, with Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [and Fish and Wildlife Service Director H. Dale Hall among the Interior officials on hand to announce the winning entry, a depiction of a pair of pintail ducks by wildlife artist Joe Hautman of Plymouth, Minnesota. Judges for the competition, selected by the Secretary, included wood sculptor and former major league baseball pitcher Jim Sprankle, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Executive Director and former Fish and Wildlife Service Deputy Director Matt Hogan, Springfield, Missouri Arts Council President Jeanie Morris, Smithsonian National Postal Museum Chief Curator for Philately Cheryl Ganz, and wildlife writer-photographer and former Fish and Wildlife Service Deputy Director Eugene Hester.]

Photographer: Tami Heilemann--Interior Staff
[Assignment: 48-DPA-10-13-07_SOI_K_FWS_Duck] Activities at the 2007 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest at BIG Arts in Sanibel, Florida, with Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [and Fish and Wildlife Service Director H. Dale Hall among the Interior officials on hand to announce the winning entry, a depiction of a pair of pintail ducks by wildlife artist Joe Hautman of Plymouth, Minnesota.]

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