to Wildlife Forever
For 25 years, Wildlife Forever has been working to ensure healthy, sustainable populations of all kinds of fish and wildlife.
With successful conservation projects in every state, no matter which species is your favorite, chances are Wildlife Forever is there to help.
Wildlife Forever's grassroots conservation projects fall into four categories:
- FISH AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT Wildlife Forever has been involved in countless species re-introductions, bringing fish and wildlife back to the places they were once found.
- HABITAT Loss of living space is perhaps the greatest challenge facing both fish and wildlife. Millions of acres of wetlands and habitat are conserved across 34 states with the help of Wildlife Forever members and donors.
- EDUCATION Wildlife Forever leads the nation in educating the public about the devastation caused by invasive species and recruiting to help prevent their spread,Our visionary conservation education programs for children include the State-Fish Art Contest, the Critter Books pocket guide series and a 14 lesson CD-ROM Curriculum.
- RESEARCH Every Wildlife Forever project is based on the solid scientific knowledge of biologists. Wildlife Forever is at the forefront of research efforts to better understand the complexities of fish and wildlife.
As a 501(c)3 charity, Wildlife Forever relies on the
tax-deductible donations, memberships and purchases
of those with a passion for the outdoors.
News & Events
"Fishing for Entries"
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Fishing for Entries!
FLW presents the
2015 State-Fish Art Contest
The 17th annual Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art season, open to kids in Grades K-12, ends on March 31st ... you have to enter to win!
August Partner in Action
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Conesus Lake Association Named Partner in Action
Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers! is pleased to announce that the Conesus Lake Association (CLA) of New York has been selected as the August Partner in Action. CLA is an extremely active partner in prevention and education about aquatic invasive species (AIS) in the finger lakes area.