Since 1984, tax deductible donations to the Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund have helped the thousands of species that call Nebraska home. Wildlife Conservation Fund projects help those species considered non-game, or those that are not hunted or fished. Donated dollars have big impact, since Wildlife Conservation Fund dollars are matched with other grants, so that a dollar donated becomes 4 dollars for helping wildlife. The Wildlife Conservation Fund’s makes many types of projects possible, including:
- Improving habitat across Nebraska for our at-risk species while keeping common species common by funding projects such as prairie restorations and invasive species removal.
- Preventing future endangered species listings by funding reintroduction projects such as the now thriving peregrine falcon, by funding research to ensure efficient conservation such as a river otter population and genetic study and long-billed curlew habitat study.
- Education Projects such as Project BEAK (Bird Education Awareness for Kids) that targets grade school children about ecological principles such as habitat, Nebraska’s birds and adaptation.
- Connecting Wildlife and Nebraskans through projects like wildcams for the peregrine falcon, kestrel and least tern.
How to Donate
You may choose to donate all or a portion of your tax refund to the Wildlife Conservation Fund when you complete your taxes.
Checks made payable to the Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund may be sent to:
Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
PO Box 30370
2200 N. 33rd Street
Lincoln, NE 68503
You can always make a donation to the Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund through our secure website.Donate Now
For a limited time, make an online donation to the Wildlife Conservation Fund and receive one or more gifts:
- Give $25 and receive a T-shirt.
- Give $50 and receive a T-shirt and a copy of “Beautiful Nebraska,” a NEBRASKAland special photo edition.
- Give $75 and receive a T-shirt, a copy of “Beautiful Nebraska” and a one-year subscription to NEBRASKAland magazine.
The T-shirt is 100 percent cotton and available in sizes S-XXL. If you already have a subscription to NEBRASKAland, you may extend your subscription or give one to a friend.
- Monarchs and Regal Fritillaries
- Movement of trumpeter swans in the sandhills
- The prairie corridor
- Peregrine falcon project success
- Rare plants and fire in the pine ridge
- White-nose syndrome research in Nebraska
- Viewing wildlife from a distance