Bird Dog Foundation Essay Contest

The Bird Dog Foundation, Inc. sponsors an annual college scholarship essay contest for all high school seniors from public, private, cdc and home schools. Students must reside in either Tennessee, Mississippi or Arkansas to be eligible to enter. There are no charges or fees required to enter this annual contest.


The Bird Dog Foundation, Inc. has established a scholarship fund to promote interest in wildlife conservation and related subjects. An annual essay contest sponsored by the Bird Dog Foundation, Inc. has been in effect for several years now. This contest was created in the hopes that it would enhance scholarly training and education in wildlife and wildlife conservation as well as to give financial aid for tuition the college-bound student.

The annual Bird Dog Foundation College Scholarship Essay Contest has a first and second place award of $1,500 and $1,000, respectively. Essays are required to be 900 to 1,000 words in length and can be written on a wide range of selected topics which are outlined in our contest rules.

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