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Duck Stamp Contest Winner

A Plymouth man won a federal duck stamp contest, which was artwork of two pintail ducks in a marsh, according to the Star Tribune. The winner, Joe Hautman, is a wildlife artist and will have his duck artwork on stamps next year.
He has won the contest twice before, in 1992 and 2002, and his brothers also have won some of this same duck stamp contests.
According to the Pioneer Press the stamp will go on sale next June. Winning the contest does not offer any type of prize, the artist gets paid by the sale of the stamp itself.