33rd Annual Migratory Waterfowl Stamp

The 2013 South Carolina Duck Stamp print features Jim Killen’s painting of the black duck species as well as the Boykin spaniel, the South Carolina state dog. The 2013-14 print is the seventh in a series commissioned by the S.C. Migratory Waterfowl Committee from nationally acclaimed wildlife artist Jim Killen, already a nine time artist for the state's Migratory Waterfowl Duck Stamp and Print Program program.

Funds derived from the sale of stamps, art prints and related artwork are used as specified in state law. The program, now in its 33rd year, is administered by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. Fifty percent of the total revenue from stamp and print sales is transferred to the SCDNR for use in its specified projects. The remainder of funds derived by the sale of prints is disbursed to a nonprofit organization for the development of waterfowl propagation projects within Canada. The projects must specifically provide waterfowl for the Atlantic Flyway and must be able to demonstrate evidence that the projects are acceptable to the appropriate governmental agencies having jurisdiction over the project areas.

2013-14 Seventh of Series

painting by Jim Killen

“Black Duck in Anderson County” by Jim Killen

Black Duck in Anderson County



View Images of Past SC Migratory Waterfowl stamps

View Images of Past SC Marine Recreational Fisheries stamps

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Duck Stamp Flyer - (Adobe PDF - 1.2MB)

Duck Stamp Order Form - (Adobe PDF - 1.25MB)

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