Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp is also known as the Canadian Duck Stamp. The 1985 Stamp features the painting image, “Mallard Pair – Early Winter.” Painting by Canadian wildlife artist, Robert Bateman.
The Stamp comes in a souvenir booklet.
To learn more about the artist and painting click here.
In 1985, world-renowned Canadian Wildlife Artist, Robert Bateman, painted a pair of Mallards standing near a pond as a special tribute to conservation efforts across Canada. This image was the beginning of a new tradition in Canada. Similar to the US Federal Duck Stamp, The Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp became a means to raise funds for conservation and draw attention to the importance of wildlife and their habitats.