Wildlife Diversity Quarterly Reports

Wildlife Diversity Program conducts projects that target nongame animals and their habitats, but game species — such as deer, turkey, mountain trout, and black bass — also benefit because they share many of these same habitats. You can learn more about these many projects by reading the quarterly reports on this page.

2021 Quarterly Reports

2020 Annual Report

2020 Wildlife Diversity Annual Report (Lower-Resolution ~12 MB PDF)


2020 Quarterly Reports

2019 Annual Report

2019 Quarterly Reports

2018 Quarterly Reports

2017 Quarterly Reports

Fourth Quarter 2017 (October-December 2017) Report (High resolution PDF ~13MB)

Fourth Quarter (October-December) 2017 Report (Low Resolution PDF ~1MB)

Third Quarter (July-September) 2017 Report (High resolution PDF ~11MB) 

Third Quarter (July-September) 2017 Report (Low Resolution PDF ~1MB)

Second Quarter (April-June) 2017 Report (High Resolution PDF ~15MB) 

Second Quarter (April-June) 2017 Report (Low Resolution PDF ~2MB)

First Quarter (Jan-March) 2017 Report (High Resolution PDF ~8MB)

First Quarter (Jan-March) 2017 Report (Low Resolution PDF ~1MB)

2016-2012 Quarterly Reports

Annual Reports from 2007-2011

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.   Order online.

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