By Kyle Jillson | December 13 2012 12:58

Recognizing talented artists from Category II of this year's George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Sixth grader Albert Pei out of California won an honorable mention for 'Red Fox Family' in NRA's Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Fairfax, Virginia - Revisiting the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest's Category II, for our fourth through sixth grade students, here are the honorable mentions our judges awarded.

Above you can see Albert Pei's entry Red Fox Family. A sixth grader from Union City, California, Albert is a veteran of the contest. He has previously won first place in Category I in 2009 and second place in Category II in 2010. Albert did not enter the contest in 2011, but is back this year and continues to get recognition by our judges for his talent.

Fifth grader Janet Cui out of California won an honorable mention for 'Waiting to Pounce' in NRA's Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Janet Cui, a fifth grader from Fremont, California, is also a past winner in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest. In 2010 Janet won third place in Category I. Her entry this year is of a lynx in the brush titled Waiting to Pounce

Sixth grader Sophia Du out of California won an honorable mention for 'I Dare You' in NRA's Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Fremont, California sixth grader Sophia Du also has had success in a previous contest. Last year she took home third place in Category II. This year Sophia drew a ferocious mountain lion titled I Dare You

Sixth grader Sohinee Saha out of California won an honorable mention for 'Give Animals a Home' in NRA's Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Sohinee Saha is a sixth grader from Cupertino, California and painted a pheasant in her work Give Animals a Home.

Sixth grader Veda Thomas out of Arizona won an honorable mention for 'Beautiful Quail in my Yard' in NRA's Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Sixth grader Veda Thomas is from Phoenix, Arizona and used a scratchboard to enter a quail titled Beautiful Quail in my Yard.

Fifth grader Eric Wang out of Alabama won an honorable mention for 'A Good time to Snack' in NRA's Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Eric Wang, fifth grader from Auburn, Alabama, painted a very hungry looking beaver in his work titled A Good time to Snack.

Previously:

Category I winners in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category I winners

Category II winners in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category II winners

Category III winners in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category III winners

Category IV winners in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category IV winners

Best In Show winner of the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Best In Show

Category I honorable mentions in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category I honorable mentions

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