Wildlife conservation and habitat management take all of us working together, from hunters and anglers to backyard birders to town officials. Find out how you can get involved.
Learn about projects and programs that benefit nongame species — animals without an open hunting, fishing or trapping season. More than 1,000 nongame species call North Carolina home.
The N.C. Wildlife Action Plan is a comprehensive planning tool developed by the Wildlife Commission to help conserve and enhance the state’s full array of fish and wildlife species and their habitats.
North Carolina is home to a rich diversity of wildlife. Learn about our protected, threatened and endangered wildlife, as well as species that are not hunted, trapped or fished.
Developed by the Wildlife Diversity Program, these species conservation plans for animals listed as Endangered, Threatened, or Special Concern include analysis of the factors that have been identified as causing the decline of the species and the measures that can be taken to restore the species.
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Wildlife need habitat for food, water, shelter and reproduction. Find out where wildlife lives in your area – from the mountains to the coast to your own backyard.
Manage your land to conserve North Carolina wildlife and habitats, whether forest, field or your own backyard.
Local governments, including municipalities and counties, are critical partners for conservation. Expand your involvement.
Learn about conservation programs sponsored by the Wildlife Commission.
Find out more about how you can get actively involved in conserving wildlife resources.
Learn more about the Nongame Wildlife Advisory Committee — a board of North Carolina citizens that provides advice to the Commission on nongame wildlife conservation issues across the state.
Wildlife Diversity Quarterly Reports
Protected Wildlife Species of North Carolina (PDF)
North Carolina’s White-nose Syndrome Surveillance and Response Plan