There is an opportunity before the citizens of North Carolina to protect our aquatic marine habitats-North Carolina Wildlife Federation has petitioned the NC Marine Fisheries Commission to establish expanded nursery areas to protect juvenile fish to allow them a better chance to reach spawning age. Within these new nursery areas, restrictions would be…Read More
North Carolina Wildlife Federation is inviting anyone who loves North Carolina’s wildlife and wild places to be part of our “Give Thanks for Wildlife” photomosaic project. This statewide community project is a chance for all nature enthusiasts, anglers, birders, hunters, gardeners, paddlers and hikers to showcase the many ways in which you enjoy the outdoors…Read More
North Carolina Wildlife Federation presented its 53rd Annual Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards on Sept. 10 to 19 winners dedicated to conservation in North Carolina. This year’s winners are a who’s who of conservation stalwarts who work for species ranging from elk, amphibians, fish and bear and from water quality experts, land stewardship advocates and those…Read More
NCWF’s Butterfly Highway: A Roadmap for Pollinator and Wildlife Conservation was recognized recently with a “Building Nature’s Brand Award” (Brandy Award) by the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) for its unique contributions made in using marketing tools to increase public engagement and achieve conservation goals. Angel Hjarding, an SCB Member and NCWF’s director of pollinator…Read More
Join us for a wildly fun and informative evening to give thanks for our state’s rich and diverse wildlife and habitat. Tickets are on sale now for Give Thanks for Wildlife, our first signature fundraising event in Charlotte, held Saturday, Nov. 19, in the Urban Garden at Bank of America. Teaming with our host sponsor,…Read More
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