Our friends at Tahoma Audubon asked me to let you know about their annual youth bird drawing contest.
I know Sounds Fun Mom readers have some of the most creative kids around, so this should appeal to lots of you with artsy nature lovers!
The contest is open to kids in grades 2-7, with three divisions.
Winners get prizes related to art and birding and will be honored at a special reception.
Probably the trickiest part is that entries have to depict one of three specific birds.
Get all the scoop and links to the rest of the rules right here. If you have younger art lovers, there are fun drop-in activities and camps offered around the South Sound this summer. You can check my summer camp guide for some of those. If you’re near Puyallup, I can’t say enough good things about the classes and camps at the Fred Oldfield Center (This is a really old post, but the info. and links are still good).
You have just until the 29th to enter the Youth Bird Drawing Contest, so don’t wait long (This would be a fun idea for your home school group). Be sure to let us know if your kiddo is a big winner!