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The Wildlife Conservation Fund has provided Nebraskans the opportunity to help our wildlife, and the wild places they need to survive, since 1984. The Wildlife Conservation Fund has supported projects for species of nongame wildlife, which means they not hunted or fished. This includes over 600 species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, fish and tens of thousands of invertebrates. |
The Wildlife Conservation Fund makes a variety of projects possible such as the peregrine falcon urban project, long-billed curlew habitat research, the river otter reintroduction, Project BEAK, surveys for threatened and endangered fish species, and many more. If you are interested in supporting projects that address the needs of most of Nebraska’s wildlife, this gives you the opportunity to give a tax-deductible donation directly to these programs. Do Something Wild! Donate Today!
For a donation of $40 or more you will receive a premium gift of a "Do Something WILD!" T-shirt with the image of a pouncing swift fox. The 100% cotton, natural color T-shirt is available in S, M, L, XL and XXL. All nongame contributors, regardless of the amount of donation, will receive a Nebraska Wildlife window sticker and wildlife viewing guide.
Our efforts to protect threatened and endangered species and their habitats cannot succeed without your support. Please help us today with a tax-deductible gift!
If you would like to make a donation, you can write a check to the Nebraska Nongame and Endangered Species Fund and send it to:
Nongame Wildlife Program |
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission |
PO Box 30370 2200 N. 33rd Street |
Lincoln, NE 68503 |
*Formally known as the Nebraska Nongame and Endangered Species Conservation Fund |
To learn more about the Wildlife Conservation Fund and how it helps our wildlife, and the wild places they need to survive, since 1984, check out these sites: |
Peregrine Falcon Urban Project: |
Long-Billed Curlew Research |
Project BEAK - http://www.nebraskabirds.org/index.htm