Beginning in 2020, the physical, paper conservation stamp will no longer fulfill statutory licensing requirements for hunting and fishing; the stamp is now collectible only. The printed stamp will be known as the "Collectible Conservation Stamp.” This collectible stamp will have no legal authority for hunting and fishing licensing requirements. However, Game and Fish still requires a conservation stamp for anyone in the field, per licensing requirements. This field-valid conservation stamp will only be offered as digital/electronic, and will be sold only through Game and Fish license selling agents and the Game and Fish licensing website for $12.50.
There will be a limited quantity of these collectible stamps printed, and they will only be available while supplies last, making them a rare and unique stamps for collectors.