When you contribute to the Nebraska Wildlife Federation, you join a very special group of people who share a love of wildlife and an understanding that wildlife habitat is the key to healthy wildlife populations, as well as a common sense approach to wildlife conservation and stewardship of our state’s natural resources.
Federation volunteers help create habitat areas at schools, churches, and youth camps. They monitor and conserve their local streams and wetlands, help biologists track bird migrations, and teach students about wildlife.
Volunteers educate members of Congress, State Legislators, Natural Resource District Boards, and other policy-makers about the importance of wildlife and the impacts of policy decisions on wildlife and people.
We hope that you, too, will want to be part of this very special group of people and become a member of the Nebraska Wildlife Federation today.