Happy World Penguin Day!

April 25, 2022

Happy World Penguin Day 2022! Scroll down to view the winners and finalists of this year's World Penguin Day art contest. Please make a gift to ASOC on behalf of these amazing artists, to help save Antarctic penguins and their habitat.

And the adult winners are…

Amanda Preston Araujo

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Lisa Goren, Lone Penguin
Lisa Goren

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Kristin Moger, Macaroni Mob
Kristin Moger

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Madhumita Sen

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David Mason

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And the kid winners are…

Angela Sensenig- Southern Lights Penguins.
Jaxon S

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Alaina Sharma, Penguin on Ice
Alaina

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Lily Charbonneau, Bob the Penguin
Lily Charbonneau

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Gregory Bagrintsev, Dreaming Penguin
Gregory Bagrintsev

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Justin Ahn- Family
Justin Ahn

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Adult competition

Honorable Mentions

Trudy Borenstein, A Walk in the Park for Two Old Birds
Trudy Borenstein-Sugiura

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Rebecca Robbe, The Blustery Day
Rebecca Robbe

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Kelly Locander, Adelie With a Pearl Earring
Kelly Locander

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Nicole Nappi

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Sarah Paolucci, Looking Up
Sarah Paolucci

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Vina Domingo, We Are Family
Vina Domingo

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Jade Cohen, Hold On
Jade Cohen

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Lucy Culverhouse, Frida (the Emperor Penguin)
Lucy Culverhouse

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Sarah Marquesen, The Impact of Kindness
Sarah Marquesen

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Melissa Wenn, Walking the Edge
Melissa Wenn

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Rebecca Krasa, Penguin Faces of the Antarctic.
Rebecca Krasa

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Jessenia Hernandez, Swift Passage
Jessenia Hernandez

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Kid competition

Honorable Mentions

Liliana Buck- African Penguin
Lily Buck

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Carlee Emerson, A Parent's Love
Carlee E

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Marta Baumiller, Bottle Birds
Ayana Schwarz

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Eloise Hill, Playful Penguins
Eloise Hill

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Suhavi Singh, Mischief on Ice
Suhavi Singh

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Andrew Galkin, Penguins with Fish and Northern Lights
Andrew Galkin

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Olivia Vovkanych, Two Friends
Olivia Vovkanych

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Hritika Deshpande, Groovin' Guin
Hritika Deshpande

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Zofia Geiger, Musical Penguin
Zofia Geiger

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Ruth D’Cunha- Save the Penguins. “Penguins are important because they fertilize mother earth with critical plant nutrients in their faeces.  As prey to predators, like leopard, seals, orcas and seabirds in cold areas and and crabs and mongooses in warmer climates, penguins are also an important part of the food chain. They are endangered and we must do all we can to save them, which will mean saving the food chain, mother earth and one of Antarctica’s most important animals-penguins themselves.”

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