By Lars Dalseide | November 24 2012 12:04

Another look at last year's Youth Wildlife Art winner for Category I - 1st through 3rd grade students

Untitled Dall Sheep Ram by Yuwen Li of Illinois
Untitled, a Dall Sheep Ram by Yuwen Li of Illionios - 1st Place in Category 1 of 2011 Youth Wildlife Art Contest

During last year's George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest, it was Yuwen Li out of Palatine, Illinois who won Category One — students in first through third grades.

We'll start posting this year's winners soon, but for now, here's a look at the art that arrived from last year's batch of five through nine year-old winners.

The George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest is open to 1st through 12th grade students throughout the United States. Just paint, draw or etch any animal that you can legally hunt or trap and send it our way.

With more then $7,000 in scholarships going to the winners, it's well worth the time for any budding young artist.

Though this year's contest is all wrapped up, that doesn't mean you can't get started for next year's competition (unless you're a senior in high school of course). Visit the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest webpage for more information.

Bear on the Range by Michelle Lui, Palatine, Illinois - Honorable Mention for 2011
Bear on the Range by Michelle Lui, Palatine, Illinois - Category I Honorable Mention for 2011

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