By Kyle Jillson | March 3 2015 16:50

Middle school and ninth grade artists duke it out in the Youth Wildlife Art Contest's Category III

2014 George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest First Place Category III winner Pearl Kim

Fairfax, Virginia - The George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest's Category III is often populated with the most entries among the four groups. Designated for seventh through ninth grade students, the category brings a combination of artists just starting out and those with a few years under their belts who are starting to tackle advanced techniques. It is also often the toughest category to judge due to the variety of strengths and weaknesses artists have at this stage.

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