2022 Wildlife Newsletter-for web

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Do Something Wild! Donate to the Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund Help protect our natural legacy by making a tax-deductible donation to the fund. The fund supports the conservation of Nebraska's diverse wildlife (including endangered and threatened species). For a donation of $25, you will receive a "Do Something Wild!" T-Shirt. Short-sleeved T-Shirt - Adult S, M, L, XL To donate, go online at www.NebraskaWildlifeFund.com Count on me to help support the Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund Name Phone Address City State ZIP o $250 o $100 o $50 o $25 o Other o MC o VISA Card Number 3 digit Exp. Date Signature o Check o Money Order (No Cash Please) o T-Shirt — S, M, L, XL, XXL Mail to the Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund PO Box 30370, 2200 N 33rd, Lincoln NE 68503-0370 All gifts are tax-deductible. Please make checks payable to Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund To donate visit www.NebraskaWildlifeFund.com Wildlife Conservation Fund License Plates Show your pride and support for Nebraska's amazing wildlife with a spectacular Wildlife Conservation Fund license plate. The license plates help fund research and conservation efforts for at-risk species. There are three designs to choose from that directly support the Wildlife Conservation Fund: a Bighorn Sheep ram, a Sandhill Crane, and the state reptile the Ornate Box Turtle. The revenue from the license plates funds many projects from research and monitoring species of greatest conservation need like the Blanding's Turtle, to projects that help to improve wildlife appreciation through observation experiences in the state like the Watchable Wildlife Small Grants and the upcoming Nebraska Birding Guide website. To purchase these plates, visit dmv.nebraska.gov/services or your nearby state DMV to place an order. After ordering your Wildlife Conservation Fund license plate, you will receive a letter via email or mail with the date your license plate will be available at your county treasurer's office. The most difficult parts are deciding which plate to get and then eagerly waiting for your new wildlife license plate to arrive. Visit NebraskaWildlifeFund.com for more details. 2021-105729-TR-1/??/2022 Front left-pocket-print of shirt Back of shirt shown

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