LINCOLN – Nebraskans can support wildlife and conservation education in the state by purchasing a special vehicle license plate.
Vehicle owners can order the new Mountain Lion Conservation Plate. An extra $5 is charged for the alpha-numeric plates and an additional $40 is charged for custom message plates at time of initial issue and annual renewal.
The Mountain Lion Conservation Plate and the Game and Parks Commission Educational Fund were created earlier this year with the passage of LB 474. The Game and Parks Commission Educational Fund receives a portion of the new plate’s fees to provide youth education programs relating to wildlife conservation practices.
The plates can be ordered at clickdmv.ne.gov. Applications may also be submitted in person or through the mail at the state Department of Motor Vehicles.
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