The Oklahoma duck stamp program was designed to ensure quality habitat for the hundreds of thousands of ducks and geese that migrate through the state. The program, which began in 1980, features portraits of the state’s diverse waterfowl species by the nation’s best artists. For a list of recent Oklahoma Stamp Contest Winners.
The program generates funding for waterfowl conservation projects through the sale of waterfowl licenses, which are required of waterfowl hunters, and stamp sales, many of which are purchased by collectors. The program has helped purchase 11,675 wetland acres and enhance, create, restore and maintain thousands of additional acres of critical waterfowl habitat. Wetland development units such as Hackberry Flat Wildlife Management Area in southwest Oklahoma and the Red Slough Wildlife Management Area in McCurtain County, have benefited from duck stamp funds.
Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp Contest
- Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp Contest Winners
- Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp Design Competition Rules
Future duck stamp species
2018 - Northern Shoveler
- To Purchase an Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp
A selection of waterfowl stamp art from previous years is currently on display in the lobby of the Wildlife Department headquarters located at 1801 N. Lincoln, in Oklahoma City.
Below is a list of prints still available for purchase from the Oklahoma Wildlife Department of Wildlife Conservation. The price includes the print and the stamp of the same that year.
To order, contact License Section via mail and send cashier’s check or money order (no personal checks).
Orders will also be taken over the phone with a Visa or MasterCard at (405) 521-3852.
|40 ($129.00)||Common Goldeneye||1997||Mark Anderson|
|50 ($135.00)||Northern Shoveler||1998||Jeff Klinefelter|
|99 ($135.00)||Wood Duck||2003||Mark Anderson|
|29 ($135.00)||Mallard Duck||2004||Scot Storm|
|32 ($135.00)||Two Snow Geese in flight||2005||Jeffrey M. Klinefelter|
|50($135.00)||American wigeon||2006||James Hublick|
|Two Redheads||2007||Jeffrey Hoff|