Conservation Priorities

The North Carolina Wildlife Federation’s top wildlife priorities range from big game species to critical pollinators and from western North Carolina landscapes to our coastal waters that are home to some of the world’s most diverse fisheries.

Not only are we working to keep wildlife a vital part of our state, we’re also involved in wildlife-friendly and renewable sources of energy. We tackle transportation issues such as ill-conceived roads, and monitor and advocate on behalf of troubled wildlife from bats to shorebirds. In addition to these wildlife priorities, we work hard – and successfully – to connect young people to nature, curtail poaching and other wildlife violations, and maintain a voice for strong wildlife management programs from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the Outer Banks.

NCWF’s Priority Wildlife Projects and Programs:

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Gather your family and friends and plan your next outdoor adventure for one of North Carolina’s many unforgettable natural destinations. Help NCWF preserve wildlife and wild places for our children and future generations to come.