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For information on wildlife rehabilitation, contact:
Amanda Kamps
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Keep Wildlife Wild Poster Contest Winners

The Keep Wildlife Wild initiative is announcing the winners for the 1st annual Keep Wildlife Wild poster contest! Wisconsin's Keep Wildlife Wild initiative began in 2014, with a focus on providing information about wildlife species natural behaviors, tips on how to determine if a wild animal is truly orphaned, and what to do if someone finds a wild animal in need of assistance. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners were selected from over 200 entries from 4th, 5th and 6th graders statewide.

And the winners are…

4th Grade

1st: Cecilia Castillo - Cudahy
1st Place: Cecilia Castillo
2nd: Camryn Phelps – Park Falls
2nd Camryn Phelps – Park Falls
3rd: Emily Kasper - Juneau
3rd: Emily Kasper - Juneau

5th Grade

1st: Giselle Sanchez - Burlington
1st: Giselle Sanchez - Burlington
2nd: Kaiya Davis - Grantsburg
2nd: Kaiya Davis - Grantsburg
3rd: Michaela Venden - Burlington
3rd: Michaela Venden - Burlington

6th Grade

1st: Sofia Crowley – Oshkosh
1st: Sofia Crowley – Oshkosh
2nd: Chloe Bittner – Phillips
2nd: Chloe Bittner – Phillips
3rd: Tauren Estrada – Burlington
3rd: Tauren Estrada – Burlington

Remember: A young wild animal’s best chance of survival is with its mother


Last revised: Friday April 05 2019