RALEIGH, N.C. (Feb. 21, 2014) — With the click of a mouse or the stroke of a pen, people can help keep North Carolina wild by donating on line 31 on their N.C. State Income tax form.
Donations support the Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund, which helps the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission conduct research, conservation and monitoring work that benefits animals not hunted or fished — animals such as songbirds, sea turtles, eagles, salamanders, frogs, turtles and bats.
“Any amount helps. Whether it’s $1or $100, the Wildlife Commission can use your donation to match federal ando ther grants, or to pay for educational activities and wildlife-watching projects like the N.C. Birding Trail and research that could prevent species from becoming endangered,” said Perry Sumner, program manager for the Commission’s Wildlife Diversity Program. “We can double donated dollars with these matching grants. So, for instance