What is the Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund?

Contributions are used to ensure the conservation of nongame wildlife, rare plants, and their habitats in Idaho, to promote greater awareness of and appreciation for species that are not hunted, fished, or trapped, and to increase opportunities to view and enjoy "watchable" wildlife. Donations are used for a variety of projects including studies of rare animals in an effort to better manage them so they don't become threatened or endangered, educational programs and community projects, development of wildlife viewing sites throughout the state, informational brochures, and a nongame wildlife newspaper series available to the public and used by teachers. Contact the Department of Fish and Game at (208) 334-2920.

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