North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund

Giving Today for Wildlife Tomorrow

Tax preparers can help the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission conserve nongame wildlife by providing tax payers with information on the Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund. All donations support the conservation of nongame animals, like songbirds, sea turtles, bats, freshwater mussels and many more. What you can do: 

  • Include mailers to your clients about the Nongame and Endangered
    Wildlife Fund
  •  Display posters in your office about the Nongame and Endangered
    Wildlife Fund.

Submit a request to receive free rack cards and posters by mail

Download rack cards and posters for printing (high resolution) or emailing (low resolution):


Blue Heron

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Songbird

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Barred Owl

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Poster
(11 x 17)

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Other Ways to Give

Wildlife Conservation License Plate

If taxpayers do not receive a refund from their N.C. State Income tax form, they still can give to the Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund by purchasing a Wildlife Conservation License Plate.


The Wildlife Diversity Endowment Fund

A gift to the Wildlife Diversity Endowment Fund protects the future of nongame and endangered species in North Carolina.The accrued interest – not the principal – will be spent on programs that benefit nongame animals.