Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp competition.
The "OWLS", as it's known, was launched by the Ohio Division of Wildlife in 2010, and featured a photo of a Baltimore Oriole. The stunning image that graced that inaugural stamp was taken by Ohio photographer Russ Reynolds. The 2011 OWLS sported an Eastern Amberwing dragonfly; the 2012 stamp depicted a Spotted Salamander, and the current stamp is graced with an image of a Black-capped Chickadee.
The Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp exists to raise funds for habitat protection, endangered species research, and educational efforts related to wildlife. Perhaps you've seen those nifty booklets that the Ohio Division of Wildlife produces - birds, spiders, butterflies, dragonflies, mammals, etc.? The OWLS stamp helps fund such outreach, and to date about one million of those booklets have been given out to Ohioans (they're free).
So, if you've got a candidate turtle photo for the stamp - or manage to get one soon - consider submitting it. Again, all of the details ARE HERE. If you want to purchase a stamp, current or past, GO HERE.