North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

Ways to Support

  • The Wildlife Diversity Program’s largest and most significant source of state funding is the North Carolina Tax Check-off for Nongame and Endangered Wildlife.  Just enter an amount on line 31 of your North Carolina income tax form. Learn more about the Wildlife Diversity Program.
  • The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, in conjunction with the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles, offers both serial numbered plates and personalized plates for cars, campers and trailers. The serialized plates are $20 and the personalized plates are $50, in addition to the annual renewal fee.  Download an application here or order online.

Wildlife Diversity Program Quarterly Reports

Nongame projects are primarily funded through donations and every dollar in donations given to the fund is matched with federal and other grants, so donated dollars actually count twice. Below are the program's quarterly reports.